Samuel has six years of experience in community development work in the non-profit sector serving his home community. After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Science from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana, Samuel works full time as the CEO of AgoFarms and Innovative Centre, which he started with the mission of ensuring equitable and improved alternative livelihood opportunities for both men and women, building peaceful communities, and ensuring food security and safety for the future generation. He has worked with Send Ghana, a local non-profit in various positions, such as developing woodlots and extending good agronomic practices to farmers to enhance their livelihood, working with women to process soybeans into kebab to feed the malnourished, and building value chains that create jobs in the agricultural sphere. As a result of this experience Samuel has acquired skills in project development and implementation, as well as agribusiness coaching and mentoring. Samuel’s major interest areas in the non-profit sector are environmental degradation mitigation, women and girls’ empowerment, alternative livelihood capacity building and food security.