Victoria Aryee Twum-Gyamrah is an Archaeologist, Assistant Lecturer of heritage studies and archaeology, Performing artist and an Art and Cultural heritage enthusiast. She was born and educated in Ghana. She holds an MPhil in archaeology and a B.A in archaeology and theatre arts from the University of Ghana.
As an archaeologist her primary goal is to bring to the fore the contribution of Ghana and West Africa to human development as we now know it. She is fervent about encouraging the application of Heritage and archaeological studies and tourism respectively as tools for socio-economic development. Her research interests are in Historical Archaeology and Coastal Heritage management and she has presented papers on these at both locally and internationally organised colloquiums.
Currently working with the department of archaeology and heritage studies, University of Ghana, she employs skill and theory from her three passions i.e. archaeology, art and heritage to instruct and add value to students and the discipline of archaeology.