Directors & Board Members


Bishop Dr. Margaritta Ewura Esi Shalders
(CEO & President, The Vine Complex)

Bishop Dr. ShaldersBishop Dr. Margaritta Ewura Esi Shalders has had 24 years experience in Pre-school and early childhood education. She has been a practitioner of a christian educational complex for the last 14 years which comprises of a church, model school , training college, and mission clinic.

Bishop Dr. Shalders has a degree in Sociology, Uk; Masters in Missions and Post Graduate as an Educational Assessor examiner, UK. She also has an Honorary Doctorate, form Philadelphia, USA.


William Shalders
(Vice President, The Vine Complex)

William ShaldersWilliam is 28 years old and currently works at a motorbike shop called Riders, he lives in Cardiff.




Blair Asamoah
(Director of Theology, The Vine Complex)

Blair is 22 years old and is currently in full time education in college doing a course on brick laying. He also has a part time job at the moment working at a call centre called Skyblue. He lives in port Talbot.


Duke Asamoah
(Director of Hospitality, The Vine Complex)


Dwight Asamoah
(Director of Creative Arts & Design, The Vine Complex)

Dwight Asamoah







Marcus Asamoah
(Director of Education & Health, The Vine Complex)






Paul Kingsley Buah-Bassuah

Prof. Paul Buah-BassuahPaul Kingsley Buah-Bassuah had his tertiary education at the University of Cape Coast, from 1975-1979 and 1981-1983 where he obtained B.Sc (Hons) Physics, Diploma in Education and M.Sc Physics degrees respectively. He was appointed Assistant Lecturer in 1985 and subsequently became a lecturer in 1991 at University of Cape Coast. In 1986-1989, he obtained his doctorate in Laser and Optical Physics at the University of Firenze, Firenze, Italy. After his Doctorate graduation, he was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1991, an Associate Professor in 2000 and finally to a Full Professor in 2008 at University of Cape Coast. He was appointed Head of Physics Department (1991, 2008-2010) and also Head of Laboratory Technology Department (2003-2005) in the University of Cape Coast. He was the Vice Dean and Dean of School of Physical Sciences during 2010-2011 and 2011-2012, respectively. He has over 75 refereed papers and has attended 100 conferences in Africa, Europe and USA.


Mrs. Nana Adwoa Turcson