Daniel Kennedy Amoah is a development professional with a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Development Studies. He is passionate about conducting research that is beneficial to humanity and thus his professional experience over the years encompasses working in various roles as a researcher and evaluator with reputable research institutions, academia, and NGOs in Ghana and abroad.

It has always been his strong desire to volunteer and contribute to a worthy cause that promotes lasting change and impact in society. Therefore, he joined the Ahaspora mentoring program to share his experience and knowledge with young people who aspire greatness. 

Daniel shares: “It has been a wonderful and fulfilling experience so far. I am always inspired to put in more effort to help my mentee, Richmond when I see his curious mind, seriousness and ambitions. I am loving the whole mentoring experience. I look forward to having more meaningful times with my mentee. He further encouraged others to become mentors as mentoring gives an opportunity to guide, inspire, and inculcate positive values in young people (mentees) to develop their potential to achieve their goals.