Mrs Theodosia Jackson, Principal of Jackson College of Education, has been honoured for her immense contributions to education in the Ashanti Region and Ghana as a whole at the Asanteman Development Summit. The ceremony which formed part of the activities to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the enstoolment of the Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the Asantehene, was organized by the Manhyia Palace and the Asante Professionals Club.
The summit was organised as a Banquet and Awards Ceremony to honour distinguished personalities for their meritorious service to the development of Asanteman.
In presenting the award to the Staff of the College at the Head Office in Kumasi, Mrs Jackson expressed her elation for being honoured and noted thus, “I am appreciative to the Almighty God that I was honoured for my contributions to education in the Asante Kingdom and Ghana as a whole through the Jackson College of Education.” She further dedicated the award to everyone who has contributed to her career as an educationist and to the entire Staff and Students of the Jackson College of Education and the Jackson Educational Complex at large.
Mrs T. W. Jackson with her Award together with (from left) Mr Ebenezer A. Jackson Jnr., Prof. Ebenezer A. Jackson and Mr Evans Duah
Mrs Jackson has received distinguished honours from the John Hopkins University School of Nursing and American Biographical Institute, USA among others over the years.