Daniel is the Executive Director for Lucid Future Initiative – Africa (LFIA) and has driven the organization’s mission to create a sustainable future for all. He has dedicated his career to improving and ensuring the safety and well-being of people and the environment. With a background in engineering, Daniel has a unique perspective on problem-solving and brings a results-driven approach to every project he undertakes.
He is an alumnus of NextGen Resource Governance Leader at the Africa Center for Energy Policy (ACEP). He has developed a keen understanding of how policy and governance can impact the energy sector. As a policy analyst, Daniel possesses exceptional research and analytical skills, which he leveraged to develop and evaluate policies that promote sustainable development and effective resource management
Daniel has a passion for technology beyond his professional life, as he enjoys dabbling in front-end development as a hobby. He believes that technology can be a powerful tool for change, and is constantly seeking new ways to use his skills to make a positive impact.
With his diverse skill set and unwavering dedication, Daniel is committed to improving the lives of people across Africa, one project at a time.
Daniel holds a bachelor of science in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR), Ghana.
Abdul-Matin Adam is a youth climate and sustainability activist who is passionate about solving some environmental-related issues and reducing inequalities through advocacy and research. He has previously served as an intern Policy Analyst with the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP), a national service operations officer at the National Petroleum Authority, and a tax compliance and administrative assistant at the Ghana Revenue Authority.
Adam holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from KNUST and currently serves as the Programs and Finance officer with the organization.
Dorcas has work experience in the financial services sector from internships with top-tier banks like ABSA Bank Ghana and Stanbic Bank Ghana. Her mandatory National service was completed at Social Security and National Insurance Trust.
She is an enthusiast of international development and hopes to see Africa attain sustainable development from well-suited policy plans and social innovations. She is also curious about the Law and its significance in advancing continental development.
Dorcas is an alumnus of the nation’s premier university, the University of Ghana and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and French.
Robert is an alumnus of the Africa Centre for Energy Policy’s NextGen Resources Governance Leaders Program (ACEP). While at ACEP, he provided research support for policy research papers that focuses mostly on fiscal policy and revenue management in the extractive sector.
Robert graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering. He is currently a postgraduate student at Heriot-Watt University’s Institute of Geo-energy Engineering where he is studying Subsurface Energy Systems (MSc). His area of interest in research includes fiscal policy, revenue management in the extractive sector, carbon capture & storage (CCS), energy transition, and climate change.
Dela Wälti holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics with Philosophy as a minor at the University of Bern. Dela had a four-month internship as a policy analyst at the Africa Centre for Energy Policy (ACEP) in Ghana. This deepened her interest in the intersection of economics and ethics such as fair distribution, equality, and sustainability, which led her to co-found the LFIA.
Dela is currently pursuing MPhil in Development Studies at the University of Oxford and has a research interest in climate change, sustainability, equity, and good governance.