After its first 20 years of growth under the leadership of its co-founders and an executive committee, Afrobarometer in 2019 completed an extensive organizational review before launching a revised structure emphasizing partnership, capacity building, and sustainability.
Changes include Afrobarometer’s formal registration as a non-profit corporation headquartered in Ghana and steps in 2019-2020 to strengthen governance, management oversight, strategic adaptability, resource mobilization, and African capacity-building programs.
The new infrastructure will also enable Afrobarometer to make its wealth of data – an open-source global public good – more accessible, timely, and relevant to a wider range of users.
Please click on the links below to find out more about Afrobarometer’s leadership.
- E. Gyimah-Boadi (Chairman of the board)
- Michael Bratton
- Robert Mattes
- Amal Mustafa Medani
- Amina Oyagbola
- Lara Taylor-Pearce
- Chief Executive Officer: Joseph Asunka
- Chief Operating Officer: Felix Biga
- Director of Analysis: Carolyn Logan
- Director of Capacity Building: Hamadziripi Tamukamoyo
- Director of Engagement: Bruno van Dyk
- Director of Surveys: Boni Dulani
Heads of departments:
- Head of Communications: Sibusiso Nkomo
- Head of Data Management: Jamy Felton
- Head of HR: Kwaku Owusu-Yeboah
- Head of Publications: Brian Howard
Core partner directors:
- Jan Hofmeyr (Institute for Justice and Reconciliation - IJR)
- Winnie Mitullah (Institute for Development Studies - IDS)
- Henry Kwasi Prempeh (Ghana Center for Democratic Development - CDD Ghana)