Samuel T. Ansumana (M.A. Mass Comm.) is a communication, marketing and brands and media professional skilled in rolling out behavioural change and communication for development tools; proficient in rolling out effective digital and social media marketing campaigns, Internet marketing, content marketing and also direct marketing; with accreditation in building brand image and skilled in the execution of product and corporate branding having worked in media and communications as a broadcaster in reputable media houses like UN. Radio, Premier Radio, Radio Mount Aureol and Kalleone Radio amongst others for 14 years and counting. He has extensive knowledge in corporate communications especially in Telecommunications having previously worked at Airtel which later rebranded to Orange as Communications Manager, Prepaid Retention Manager, Projects Manager and Digital Manager for over 7 years. He had also worked as the Information, Education and Training Officer at the Centre for Accountability and the Rule of Law (CARL) and UNIDO’s West Africa Quality Programme as Communications Specialist. He also taught Government and History for about 3 years at the St Edwards Sec. Sch. Prior to Joining Statistics, he was a communication consultant at the West Africa Youth Network. As the first-ever Director of Communication and Public Relations in the history of Statistics, he thinks his impeccable relationship with the media being a journalist himself, backed up with Strategic Leadership, strong Teams Management, Mentoring and Coaching skills put him right in place to succeed in the role.