As Speyside’s lead consultant in Ghana, Emmanuel offers clients counsel and support across corporate reputation, communications, and public policy, as well as providing competitive monitoring services. Emmanuel is passionate about providing companies and organizations with commercially focused market insight, analysis, and results, as well as nurturing and enhancing relationships between clients and their broad range of stakeholders. He has over 15 years' professional experience in multinational corporatins, non-profits, government institutions, and national and regional organizations. His career has cut across a broad range of industries, including urban planning, environment and energy, community relations, ICT, and sustainability.
Before joining Speyside, he served in coordination and managerial roles for the United Nations' Development Programme (UNDP Ghana), where he worked on numerous campaigns for high profile partners including the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MoFEP), Ministry of Justice and Attorney General (MoJAG), Ministry of Women and Children's Affairs (MoWAC), Ghana National Commision on Small Arms (GNACSA), and the Human Development Report Office (UNDP-HDRO). Emmanuel also served as a Senior Communications Specialist for Newmont Mining Corporatoin, and as a Communications Specialist with USAID's Feed the Future Programme and the International Cocoa Initiative.
Emmanuel has a BSc in Management and Computing from the Regent University and a Diploma in Communications studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.