Grand Kru County Superintendent Elizabeth Dempster has been named winner of the ‘Best Performing Superintendent of the Quarter Award’, for the second quarter of 2015.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs established the ‘Best Performing Superintendent of the Quarter Award’ to recognize and honor County Superintendents who meet a set of criteria in the discharge of their functions.
The Ministry said the naming of Superintendent Dempster followed an assessment which shows that she exhibited extraordinary leadership and dedication in the discharge of her duties.
Internal Affairs Minister Morris Dukuly in early July conducted an assessment visit to Grand Kru before the county co-hosted the July 26 National Independence Day Celebration with Sinoe County.
A release issued by the Ministry said the assessment revealed that the county’s preparedness was a result of Superintendent Dempster’s extra-ordinary leadership and dedication to duty, along with local leaders, the Legislative Caucus, and partnership with the Director General of the General Services Agency, Honorable Mary T. Broh.
Meanwhile, Internal Minister Dukuly has congratulated Superintendent Dempster for her outstanding performance and leadership and encouraged other county officials to emulate the good example.
Nimba County Superintendent Zong Zuagele was the first winner of ‘Best Performing Superintendent of the Quarter Award’ when the award was announced early this year.