Prior to joining ACEP, Kodzo was a Program Assistant, Policy Influencing and Advocacy at the West Africa Civil Society Institute (WACSI).
His research interests include Natural Resource for Inclusive Growth and Development, Sustainable Energy Access and Political Economy of Resource Management.
He holds a Masters in Economic Policy Management from the University of Ghana.
He has significant experience in program conceptualization, planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. He also has adequate research experience.
Prior to joining ACEP, Theophilus worked as a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Officer at the Ghana Oil and Gas for Inclusive Growth (GOGIG) and as a programs officer with COLANDEF. Theophilus holds a Master of Science degree in Development Planning and Policy with specialization in Economic Policy and Planning from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
Charles’ research interests include risk mitigation and investment decisions on utility-scale and small-scale renewable energy technologies in Africa. Beyond energy transition, he has worked on several projects in the extractive industry, including natural gas demand and supply dynamics in Ghana, local participation in the oil and gas sector, local labour absorption in Ghana’s extractive industry, and gender-responsive budgeting in mining-affected communities.
He holds a Master’s degree in Operations Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Ghana.
Maybel is an extractive and energy professional with Bachelors’ and Master’s degrees in Economics, from the University of Ghana. She is currently the Head of Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning and a Senior Policy Analyst at the Africa Centre For Energy Policy (ACEP). Maybel leads the implementation of multi-donor projects in the energy and extractive industries on behalf of ACEP.
Her interest areas include optimizing extractive resources for inclusive and sustainable socio-economic development in Africa, promoting gender diversity in natural resource governance, and the differential impact of the energy transition on citizens.
Alhassan Iddrisu is currently a Consultant at ACEP. He has significant experience in social work and programme development and management, having worked in both the public sector and civil society space for over 10 years.
He worked with the EU-UNICEF –IWASH programme, national service and also at the decentralized level as a District Planning Officer.
Alhassan holds a masters degree in Social Work from the University of Ghana, Legon, an L.L.B. from Mount Crest University, Accra, and B.A. in Integrated Development Studies from the University for Development Studies, Tamale.
Eliasu is an Alumnus of the Next Generation Resource Governance Leaders Program at ACEP and a Lead for Ghana Alumnus.
Prior to joining ACEP, he served as the founding Head of STEM and Sustainability at EduSpots.
His research interests include renewable energy techno-economic feasibility analysis and lifecycle assessment, energy efficiency and demand response strategies.
He holds a Master’s in Sustainable Energy Management and a bachelor’s degree in Renewable Energy Engineering from the University of Energy and Natural Resources.
Anne- Marie Deedei Ayerson is an alumna of the Next Generation Resource Governance Leaders Program at ACEP. She holds bachelor’s degree in Natural Resource Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi-Ghana.
She is passionate about research, climate change, energy resource management and development and livelihood improvement. Her interest revolves around climate action, reduced inequalities, and the attainment of affordable and clean energy.
Anne-Marie previously worked as an administrative, teaching, and research assistant at the Department of Agroforestry, KNUST. She interned with A-ROCHA Ghana and volunteered as assistant field officer at Herp Conservation Ghana, Kumasi
Anne-Marie is currently in her final year reading a Master of Philosophy (MPhil.) program in Natural Resource and Environmental Governance at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi.
Josephine is an alumna of the ACEP Next Generation Resource Governance Leadership Program and a founding member of Lucid Future Initiative – Africa, a youth-led and youth-focused organization promoting sustainable development in Africa.
During her national service, she worked with Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST) as a graduate maintenance engineer. She also interned with SolarTaxi, Tema Oil Refinery, and Nestle Ghana, through which she gained invaluable industrial experiences.
Josephine has a keen interest in energy policy, sustainability, climate change and energy transition and African development. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology – Kumasi, Ghana.