Charlotte’s full name is Charlotte Kesson-Smith Osei. She was born on February 1, 1969 in Nigeria, her father is Ghanaian while her mother is Nigerian. She is popularly known as the chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana, but the remarkable thing about the position she’s occupying is that she’s the first female to do so.
Ghana National College in Cape Coast
University of Ghana – LLB in 1992 and Ghana School of Law where she obtained and called to the bar in 1994
University of South Africa, Pretoria – Master of Business Leadership (MBL) (2006)
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada – Master of Laws, (LLM)
1996 Faculty of Law, Queen’s University, Canada
E.S. Aidoo/Ghana School of Law, Best Student in Conveyancing & Drafting
1994 F.K. Apaloo/Ghana School of Law, Best Student in Company Law & Practice
1992 Ghana Bar Association, Excellence, LLB Final Examinations, University of Ghana
1991 Volta Hall Award, Best Arts Results, First University Examinations, University of Ghana.