Mother Supremo 2018 – Who challenges the Woman of Excellence, Dr Ama Amuasi

Right from cradle, Ama was set off with a mindset of excellence. She began schooling at the Morning Star School, Cantoments, Accra. She obtained her Secondary School at the Wesley Girls’ High School, Cape Coast.

“Growing up, I had lots of fun with my siblings and parents. It was a tightly knit family with lots of love and still is up till today. The Drive for excellence is initiated in me from day one,” she says with a smile,’.

She also has very fond moments about leisure and family time growing up.

She recounts, “On special days, we would go out to the poolside, or the beach or parties or have lots of fun at home. We also used to spend holidays with extended family and bond with our cousins, aunties and grannies.”

She progressed to the University of Ghana, Legon where she pursued her B.Sc. in Medical Sciences.  She also enrolled in the University of Ghana Dental School, Korle-Bu, Accra. Ama holds a Diploma in Clinical Residency in Orthodontics from the Ryazan State I. P. Pavlov Medical University, Ryazan, Russia.

Dr Ama Agyeibea Amuasi is currently a Lecturer and Clinical supervisor at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Dental School.

She is also Co-founder and Executive Director of Newshorn Dental Consult with two branches in Kumasi.

She is married to Dr. John Humphrey Amuasi – a Lecturer with the KNUST School of Public Health,  and senior research fellow, KCCR, KNUST.

They are blessed with 3 daughters and one son.

A Medical Doctor to Medical Doctor Marriage, alongside lecturing; this should have been a very busy couple finding no time for leisure. But catch Dr. Amuasi and her family on what they call the “AMUASI working holiday.”

She explains “Despite our heavy schedules, we make time to take vacations, go out for a movie or a meal or to just chill out. On some of the occasions we take the kids along. This is what I call “a working holiday”

She describes her motherly experience as herculean; but exciting and rewarding.

“To be a mother is a great privilege and blessing. It is also an arduous task but with lots of multitasking, laughter and fun. Your children should always feel welcome and be able to freely speak whenever they are with you. Teach them to be content with what they have, to be respectful, studious, hardworking and above all God-fearing. Not forgetting to discipline them when they go wrong. I believe your children are a reflection of you and the morals you instill in them. So really, it’s an enormous task. But I love it!!!.”

Dr Ama Amuasi is a staunch Christian worshiping with the Gracefields Chapel in Kumasi. Her passion is “to mentor young women to believe in themselves and strive to be the best in which ever career path they find themselves.

She is doing exactly that being a Patron of a group called “Gracefully Broken Women’s Foundation.” Made up of women between 16 and 30 years, she educates mentors and influences young ladies in knowing their purpose in Christ, sexuality and good healthy relationships. They are also equipped to become good leaders and entrepreneurs.

Dr Amuasi is already geared up to show some good cooking skills with her family on Mothers’ Day. She appears to have an edge because looking at her CV, she has;

“Catering (holds a professional diploma)”

BEAT THAT! That’s a big trump card as she eyes the Ultimate FM Mother Supremo crown.



By: Ghana/ Heathcote-Fumador