B.S. Environment and Development Studies, Central University, Ghana
M.A. Bioethics, NYU
Areas of Research/Interests:
Environmental ethics and policy, Bioeconomics
Kingsley Essegbey joined Africa House/CTED as a Graduate Research Assistant in December 2014. Kingsley received a Master’s degree in Bioethics from New York University that has enhanced his integrative thinking skills and positioned him to assist with the team’s research projects related to bioeconomics and local governance, environmental contamination, policy and ethical misconduct all focusing on sustainable rural development. In 2012, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Environment and Development Studies from Central University, Ghana. The program sparked his interest on how Ghana could effectively integrate the natural environment into the development agenda. He enjoys cooking vegetarian dishes and engaging in lively conversations.
Assistant Research Scientist/Assistant Director, NYU Africa House