Kingsley is the chairman of the board of trustees, People Praxis, an international organisation overseeing the strategic planning for developing research and education in public health for Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs) and leading the acquisition and development of partnerships with external bodies. He is also the Registrar of the Ghana Scholarships Secretariat. As head of the Secretariat, Kingsley oversees the strategic development of human capital in Ghana and abroad. He introduced the first-ever decentralised scholarship scheme to increase scholarship accessibility to people in low socioeconomic settings. In its first year of inception, the scheme led to scholarship awards for over 29,000 applicants.
Kingsley has over 15 years of experience in the insurance industry, contributing academically and technically to the insurance sector locally and abroad. He was the Managing Director of Unique Life Insurance Ltd and a senior lecturer at the Ghana Insurance College, and his responsibilities included providing critical skillsets in insurance policy formulation, implementation, and evaluation. Apart from the insurance industry, he also has invaluable experience in the banking industry, having worked at the reputable Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) and other blue-chip institutions.
Besides industry, Kingsley is also a Researcher at Brunel University London. He has a vast experience in stakeholder engagement research and exploring mechanisms to improve health systems through evidence-based and policy-relevant approaches. He is passionate about effective collaborations between governments and global public health institutions. Key among these is supporting the establishment of a collaborative relationship between the Ministry of Health (Ghana) and Brunel Global Public Health Academy. In addition, he collaborates with the Ghana Statistical Service to conduct health-related surveys in Ghana.
Over the past years, Kingsley has contributed knowledge to understanding obesity in Ghana by publishing related articles in high-impact journals. He contributes to the Impact Case study of Research Excellence in the U.K and reviews manuscripts for the BMC health service and the Frontiers journal. Kingsley is an adjunct lecturer at Brunel University London and the School of Public Health, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (KNUST). He also facilitates professional training sessions for the London School of Management and Leadership and the RITNAK Training Institute, a global acclaimed multidisciplinary training hub.
Kingsley is the immediate past president of the Governing body of the International Society of Physical Activity and Health (ISPAH) council for developing countries. He is currently the Technical Operations Committee Chair of the SIC Board, Chair of the National Cathedral Procurement Committee, Board Member of the Function Risk Management Organisation and the Beula Insurance Brokers, and Member of the Board of Governing Council, Kibi Presbyterian College of Education. He is also the co-founder of Green CO2 Ghana, an NGO enthusiastic about ecosystem sustainability.
Kingsley has a BSc in Business Administration, a Chartered Insurer (UK), an MBA in Finance and a PhD in Public Health and Health Promotion. He also has certificates in Investment & Portfolio Management and Business Finance & Financial Market from the Ghana Stock Exchange. Kingsley is passionate about mentoring young adults on career identification and developing transferable skills required to survive in the ever-changing global job markets. This passion led to the institution of several community-based education and health interventions, notably, the Kingsley Spelling Challenge, the Kingsley Science and Maths Quiz, Kingsley Keep Fit Club and Time with Kingsley Series.
Kingsley is an Elder of The Apostolic Church and worships with Ashongman Assembly, Taifa Central District.
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