Alice assists part-time with research activities at the charity which includes the compilation of the monthly research digest.
She grew up in rural Ghana and obtained a 1st class B.A. Hons degree in Psychology from the University of Ghana. She then worked as an adolescent health counsellor and a teacher before gaining a scholarship to undertake an MSc in Comparative and International Education at the University of Oxford. As part of her MSc she researched ‘How and Why Employers Engaged with TVET institutions in Ghana’. She is currently doing a PhD in Education the University of Cambridge where she is researching the participation of young women in STEM in vocational pathways in Ghana. Alice hopes that her research will contribute to improving quality of STEM-TVET education in Ghana, especially for disadvantaged girls.