Mrs. Mami Dufie Ofori holds an MBA in Project Management from the University of Ghana and a B.Sc. (Hons) Development Planning from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. She has undertaken professional training in Corporate Strategy, Financial Policy, Strategic Planning and Utility Regulation and Strategy from prominent Institutions including Havard University (USA), German Foundation for International Development (Germany) and Consulting Africa Limited.
Mrs. Ofori worked as a Senior Economic Planning Officer (1996 – 2001) at the Ministry of Finance where she represented the Ministry on the World Bank sponsored Advisory Committee on the Restructuring of Water Sector (WSRC). She was also the Chairman of the Labour Rationalisation Committee of the Advisory Committee on Restructuring of Water Sector.
Mrs. Ofori was the Director for Consumer Services (2001-2012) and the Director, Special Duties (2012-2017) at the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission where she was responsible for coordinating and monitoring the Commission’s Strategic Plan, developing and monitoring of regulatory standards, establishing and managing the Commission’s regional offices among others. She was also the Director of the Local Content Unit of the Ministry of Power and was one of the key developers of the Local Content regulation for the Electricity Supply Industry.
Mrs. Ofori is currently the Executive Secretary of the Public Utilities Regulatory Commission.