Former Black Stars striker Kwame Ayew is among appointees of the Normalisation Committee for the Player Status Committee.
Ayew, the brother of former Africa Best Player Abedi Pele, is one of the three members of the Committee.
Ishak Alhassan will be chairman of that committee while Ashford Tettey Oku will be his vice.
Sylvester Mensah and Cornelius Otoo are the other members.
The Normalisation Committee, charged with the responsibility to reform Ghana football by March 31, also made appointments to the Referee, Disciplinary and Appeals committees.
Naa Odofoley Nortey, a member of the Committee, chaired by Dr Kofi Amoah, will chair the Referees Committee, whose members were exposed in the documentary that led to the temporary dissolution of the Ghana Football Association (GFA).
The members of the Odofoley-led committee are Carl Ashie, Justice Yeboah, Ebo Kwaitoo and Emmanuella Aglago.
Samson Lardy Anyenini will chair the Disciplinary Committee with Osei Kwadwo Addo as his vice.
Dr Kwaku Ofosu Asare, WO1(rtd) William Amoo and Nurudeen Alhassan are the members.
The Appeals Committee will be chaired by Agbesi Dzakpasu.
He will be assisted by Nana Adjei Baffour Awuah.
There are seven members.
They are Kwaku Afrifa Nsiah, Joe Slovo Tia, Dr Bella Bello and Yaw Obeng.
The rest are Vivian Aggor, Israel Ackah and Kwaku Mortey.
“Members of all the Committees have received their appointment letters and have commenced their functions,” a statement from the Committee on Tuesday said.