Research Fellow and Lecturer
Centre for Social Policy Studies
University of Ghana

Antoinette Cecilia Tsiboe-Darko is a Social Development analyst. She works as Research Fellow and Lecturer at the University of Ghana. She holds a PhD in Development Studies from the Ghanaian German Centre for Development Studies, a DAAD funded African Centre of Excellence at the University of Ghana. In her undergraduate study at the University of Ghana Antoinette majored in Geography and Resource Development and minored in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage. She holds a Master of Philosophy degree in Social Change from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Her broad research interests include developing appropriate institutions and governance systems in the management of natural resources. Over the years, she has worked and researched in the development of natural resources in Ghana and Burkina Faso and has undertaken community sensitisation exercises in the mining and oil sectors. She is passionate about sustenance and the recreation of enthusiasm for the Arts, Aesthetics and Cultural Heritage and volunteers on a number of platforms working in these areas. She is a member of the Advisory Board of the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources in Ghana.