As Speyside’s lead consultant in Ghana, Emmanuel has over 13 years’ experience working across a broad range of industries and organisations that includes multinationals, not-for-profit development organisations and charities. Before joining Speyside, he worked for the United Nation’s Development Programme (UNDP) in Ghana. Emmanuel’s previous experience also includes strategic counsel for Newmont Mining Corporation, United States Agency for International Development (USAID)’s Feed the Future (FTF) Programme, and the International Cocoa Initiative (ICI). This varied work has given Emmanuel valuable experience across communications and marketing, CSR programmes, urban planning, environment and energy, community relations, technology and sustainability in sub-Saharan Africa.
Emmanuel has a BSc in Management and Computing from the Regent University and a Diploma in Communications studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.