Anna Bossman is a Ghanaian human rights advocate. She was formerly the director for
the Integrity and Anti-Corruption Department of the African Development Bank (AfDB).
In 2017, she was appointed Ghana’s ambassador to France.
After serving as an Assistant State Attorney in Ghana’s Ministry of Justice,
Bossman went into private practice, and over the subsequent 25 years would
pursue a career in the oil and gas industry and energy sector, working with
major international companies including Tenneco in Gabon (where she was the first woman secretary-general of
the Gabonese Union of Petroleum Companies), Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Angola, as well as in Ghana, where in 1996
she founded Bossman Consultancy Limited to provide support to power utilities and energy sectors, international
institutions and donor agencies as well as private companies and business investors.
She was Deputy Commissioner of Ghana’s Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ)
from 2002 to 2010, where she was appointed Acting Commissioner.
In July 2011, she was employed by the African Development Bank Group as Director of the Integrity and Anti-Corruption Department,
in charge of investigations of fraud, corruption and other malpractices.
In June 2017, she was appointed Ghana’s ambassador to France, and presented her letters of credence to
French President Emmanuel Macron on 13 October 2017. She was also Ghana’s ambassador to Portugal and her country’s permanent representative to UNESCO