Victor Agyei

Victor Agyei

Victor says:

Actions speak louder than words! We can say a whole lot of things, but our actions will be major determinants of the future of the planet!

Victor Agyei is a student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana, reading PhD in Wildlife and Range Management. He holds a BSc. (Hons) Natural Resource Management and MPhil Wildlife and Range Management from the same university. He hails from Nyinahin in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. An astute Christian, he is a member of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana. He aspires to be a leading researcher in the field of conservation biology and species/habitat ecology. Victor is passionate about sustainable use of resources, applications of Remote Sensing/GIS & technologies in natural resource management, proper waste management and rural community development. 

His experience in field research include an expanding base of various surveys and projects on forbes, forest inventory, odonates, butterflies, amphibians, reptiles, birds, primates, ungulates and other several large mammals. He has also assisted in various projects on plant species assessment and interactions between Multipurpose Tree Species and Agricultural crops in Agroforestry establishments, water use and quality assessments and mapping interactions between cash crops and forests. He is a volunteer for many church initiatives and programs that teach music to children and the youth. He previously served as the Education Programmes Coordinator for the Renewable Natural Resource Students’ Association (RENARSA KNUST) and News Editor of Save The Frogs! KNUST, and is the Research and Policy Captain for the Ghana Climate Hub. Victor is a Nat Geo Photo Ark EDGE Fellow (2020 – 2022 cohort) working on the conservation of Leatherback sea turtles in Ghana.

He is an avid fan of classical, choral and opera music, and a football fan who pledges undying support for Kumasi Asante Kotoko Sporting Club and Manchester United Football Club.

Victor is the Founder and Executive Director of Capacity For Sustainable Change – Ghana.