Ernest Armah is the Director of Research and Content Development at Odekro Parliamentary Monitoring Organization (PMO). Previously, he worked with IMANI Africa as Head of Programs and Social Policy Research for 3 years.
He holds a First Degree (Honors) in Psychology from the University of Ghana, and several professional certificates in Sustainable Development (Columbia University), Think-tank management (Atlas Network) and Youth Leadership (Commonwealth Secretariat). In 2016, Ernest managed and moderated the UN Education Commission's stakeholder consultation for educational opportunities in Accra, Ghana and supervised a 6-month entrepreneurship project to train 75 participants in three African countries (Ghana, Nigeria and the Gambia). Ernest has made presentations on good governance, communications, transparency and human rights in both Ghana and South Africa. He has consulted for several profit and non-profit initiatives including HFC's YouthSave Project, public education and community health advocacy projects. Also, he has published reports and articles on several mediums including the national newspaper Daily Graphic, Citifmonline, GhanaWeb, among others and has had several media engagements on open parliament related matters.