Prof. Mohammed Salifu represents the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) on the PBC Limited Board of Directors.
He has over 20 years of experience in research and service to industry and community as a transportation and road transport safety and logistics expert.
He is an Associate Professor of Transport Engineering at the Department of Civil Engineering (KNUST) and was the Head of its Traffic and Transportation division from 2004 to 2006. He has training in finance for non-finance managers, Corporate Governance for Directors, team building and appraisal.
Prof. Salifu has also been the National Vice President, Ghana Institute of Engineers between March 2011 and March 2012.
Prof. Salifu is currently engaged in professional activities both home and abroad. In the year 2012, he was a member of the International Road Federation Group of Experts on Road Safety was and also Chairman of the session on Governance, International Seminar on Road Financial and Investment in April 2007. He was the leader of the Accra to Kumasi dualisation project. He has also researched and executed several projects in his capacity as Project Director, Road Condition and Inventory Data Collection for the development of Urban Roads.
In addition to his technical expertise, Prof. Salifu has over the years served as the patron and sole sponsor of the Dagbon Thesis Assistance Fund which was instituted in the year 2000 for the most promising Final Year Project Work at KNUST which is aimed at addressing poverty in the Dabgon Traditional Area.
He is a Patron of the KNUST Old Tamascans Association (OTA) since the year 2002. Prof. Mohammed Salifu is fifty-four (54) years old.