My research interest includes citizen participation, environmental decision-making, environmental laws and environmental decision-making in mining communities.
Prior to the start of my PhD at the University of Lincoln, I graduated with a master of science degree in Climate change and international development from the University of East Anglia, Norwich.
I also hold a bachelor of Arts degree in Political science from the University of Ghana, Legon
I have served as a classroom teacher in Ghana for two years, with a special interest in science-related subjects.
I have professional certificates in Project finance from the London school of business and finance (LSBF) in London, and in International trade law and development from Eastern and Southern Management Institute in Arusha, Tanzania.
Presently, I am a member of the Lincoln centre for ecological justice, a research organisation that seeks to contribute to innovation in the area of environment, ocean management and international development.
I am also interested in other research areas, particularly those that seek to examine the social impact of public policies and their wider social and economic implications for liberal democracies.