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ee9a0222“My second coming to Christian Service University College simply tells my passion to serve in this great Institution”

Mr David Kwao-Sarbah is the Assistant Director, Centre for Research and Business Development at the Christian Service University College, and Coordinator for collaborative research activities of CSUC with other organisations and communities. He re-joined the University College in August 2018, after 3 years of initial service as the Partnership Development Officer.

He is a PhD Candidate in Public Policy and Administration at the University of Western Cape in South Africa, a product of the Planning Department at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, and a research fellow of the Tokyo Foundation for Policy Research(SYLFF).

He has been involved in research with international teams for livelihood enhancement projects financed by organisations like the World Bank.

He belongs to the Arterial Network, a continental coalition of organisations, individuals and funding agencies engaged in promoting the creative sector across Africa and the Arts Council of the African Studies Association (ACASA), a US based global forum for scholars and other identifiable sections interested in the arts of African descent (Africa & African Diaspora).

Among his contributions, Mr Kwao-Sarbah has organised and facilitated the organisation of international forums to enhance interactions and businesses in the creative sector since 2008.

He has co-authored the Arts Advocacy and Networking Toolkit, a manual used by the creative sector across Africa to enhance their businesses, and served on the Steering Committee of the South African National Chapter of the Arterial Network, all couched in his philosophy about the arts, “the arts connect powerfully”.

His previous service from 2004 to 2007 included the transitional period of CSUC from a College status to that of a University College, where he used his diligent promotional efforts to draw attention to new programmes introduced by CSUC and increased student numbers tremendously.

At his new position, he hopes to contribute his quota during another critical juncture of CSUC:
the fierce competition in the university industry makes the current period another critical juncture that requires a glocal drive for revenue diversification and greater visibility through vigorous research collaborations with organisations,” Mr Kwao-Sarbah intimated.

Report By:

Anastasia C. Erzuah, Corporate Affairs Office, CSUC

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