Our Associates

PSA is proud to boast of associates who are at the very top of the game in the industry. With a wealth of research and working experience and high level academic qualifications you can rest assured knowing that PSA knows how to navigate the waters of this industry better than any other competitor.

Felix S. K. Agyemang

Doctoral Researcher at the University of Cambridge and a Spatial Planning Consultant

Felix has a wealth of working experience and an excellent industry knowledge which he has accumulated over the years. He holds an MPhil in Land Economy and Planning and a BSc. degree in Spatial planning planning from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He has worked as an Urban planning consultant and in 2015 helped in the formulation of a Spatial Development Framework for the Northern Savannah Ecological Zone of Ghana.  He has also worked as a Spatial Planning Analyst and helped in the formulation of a National Spatial Development Framework for Ghana extending over a two-decade period between 2015 and 2035. Felix also served as a research analyst in 2013 at the London School of Economics and assisted in the 2013 World Manufacturing Management Survey.

Richmond Juvenile Ehwi

Lecturer (Cambridge Ruskin International College); Land Economist and Real Estate Consultant

Richmond has a growing research interest in real estate development, land administration and urban planning. He hold an Mphil in Planning, Growth and Regenation and a PhD in  Land Economy all from the University of Cambridge. He is specifically interested in how gated communities create fractal societies and entrench socio-spatial exclusion in the urban spaces of the global south. This notwithstanding, he has a solid professional experience in estate management, market appraisal and estate management. Additionally, he has a commendable international business outlook and adopt proven international best practices in his professional endeavours. Places he has frequented for academic and professional works include but not limited to Baltimore & Fargo (USA), Cambridge, London, Oxford (UK), Abidjan & Yamousokro (La Cote D’Ivoire) and Accra, Kumasi, Takoradi (Ghana).

Dr. Albert Arhin

Lecturer and Researcher at the Bureau of Integrated Rural Development (BIRD) at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology

Dr. Albert is an activist, a consultant, an experienced researcher and an international development practitioner with more than 8 years cumulative experience in research, strategy reviews, monitoring and evaluation, projects planning and implementation and qualitative and quantitative collection and analysis of data. He completed his Doctoral studies at the University of Cambridge under the auspices of the Gates Cambridge Scholarship. His work is basically exploring how international climate change policies such as REDD+ can bring transformational change in the natural resource management sector. He’s the former Research and Policy Manager for Oxfam in Ghana. He has a strong interest in interdisciplinary research that uses theories and methods from both the natural and social sciences to understand politics and strategies around economic development, climate change and natural resource governance and environmental change, gender equality, poverty reduction initiatives and livelihood dynamics and general policy making processes in Africa.

Ransford A. Acheampong, PhD

Presidential Academic Fellow at the University of Manchester, UK.

Ransford A. Acheampong holds a Ph.D., M.Phil. Cambridge, UK; B.Sc. KNUST, Ghana. Before joining the University of Manchester, he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin, Ireland. His research focuses on the nexus between spatial development and transportation. Themes covered in his research include comparative study of spatial planning systems; land use and transport interaction modelling; socio-spatial impacts of emerging mobility paradigms (e.g. shared-mobility and autonomous transport); and travel behaviours, focusing on the socio-ecological determinants of sustainable mobility options such as bicycling and walking in cities. He has contributed to planning-related projects for national and international organizations, including as a spatial planning consultant for the Town and Country Planning Department (TCPD) in Ghana and a research consultant for the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

Ernest Koduah Adu​

Ernest Koduah Adu​

Doctoral Researcher at the Real Estate & Planning Department of Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK​

Ernest Koduah Adu (MGhIS) is currently a Doctoral Researcher at the Real Estate & Planning Department of Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK; conducting research mainly in the area of Cross Border Commercial Real Estate Development in Emerging Markets. A professional member of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors, he has wide-ranging background and interests in the Real Estate Industry. In private consultancy as well as in employment, Ernest has consulted for a number of financial institutions, real estate developers, corporate organizations and private individuals in Ghana on areas including property & asset valuations, real estate development & investment appraisals, market analytics and general real estate advisory. His keen interests in academia has also seen him take previous lecturing stints at KAAF University College, a private Tertiary Institution in Ghana and previously served as a Teaching & Research Assistant at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana.

He holds an MSc. In Development Administration & Planning from the University College London (UCL) and a BSc. in Land Economy (KNUST-Ghana) as well as a Certificate in Intermediate Microeconomics from the London School of Economics (LSE). He worked as a Valuation, Investment and Development Management Officer at Property Databank Ltd. (PDB), a leading Real Estate Consultancy Firm in Ghana from 2015 – 2018. He has had previous working stints with the African Development Bank (Ghana Field Office) in the Economic Unit of the Bank as well as the Millennium Development Authority (MiDA – Ghana) on the Pilot Land Title Registration project at Awutu – Senya. Prior to joining PDB, he worked briefly in a temporary role at Segu Consult – a valuation and estate management consultancy in Ghana.

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