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 is currently the Policy Lead on Climate Change & Energy Transition at the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP).
His research focus is into risk mitigation and investment decisions in renewable energy investments in Africa.
Charles holds a Master’s degree in Operations Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Statistics, all from the University of Ghana.
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 with over 10 years of work experience.
He worked with the EU-UNICEF –IWASH programme, National service and also at the decentralized level as a District Planning Officer.
He holds a masters degree in Social Work from the University of Ghana, Legon, an L.L.B. from the Mount crest University, Accra and B.A. in Integrated Development Studies from the University for Development Studies, Tamale.
Before joining ACEP, she worked as a Teaching Assistant at the Department of Finance, University of Ghana Business School.
Nana Ama is currently a consultant at ACEP contributing to work on fiscal policy and domestic resource mobilization besides work on energy policy. Before joining ACEP, she spent over nine years in multiple roles at the GIZ with her last role being Advisor in the area of Revenue Generation. She is currently pursuing a PhD Programme in Development Studies at St Paul’s University, Kenya. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Development Management and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and Sociology.