Amanda D. Affram is from Ghana, West Africa. She has a Bachelors’s degree in Geography and Resource Development with Psychology from the University of Ghana. After obtaining her bachelor’s degree, she worked with a market and social research firm in Ghana for four years. She is currently pursuing her thesis-based MA Environmental Policy program with Memorial University. Her research interest is in climate change, agriculture, and food security.
Her Master’s thesis is on Indigenous small-scale farmers’ knowledge, adaptation, and perception of climate change.