Prof. Kodjo Senah
Professor Kodjo Senah is the lead Patron of PeaceAids International. Professor Kodjo Amedjorteh Senah was born at Osu – Anorhor, Accra, Ghana. He holds the PhD degree in Medical Anthropology/Sociology from the University of Amsterdam in The Netherlands in 1997.  Professor Senah has served in the University of Ghana and his nation, Ghana in several capacities: Among others, he was the head of Sociology Department, University of Ghana, (2005 to 2009); member, University Finance Committee (2008- 2012); Member, Management Board of Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (2005- 2009); member, Management Board of the Institute for Statistical, Social and Economic Research (2004- 2005); member, Management Board of Institute of Adult Education (2004-2005); coordinator of Police Administration Unit (2000 to 2004); External Examiner, University for Development Studies, Tamale ( 1998 to 2006); and member, Management Board, School of Public Health, University of Ghana (1994 to 1998). With regard to public service, Prof Senah was the leader of Ghana delegation that attended the UNESCO/ UNFDAC meeting in Freetown in 1981 to examine the dynamics of psychotropic substances in the African Region; he was a member of the Justice Coussey Committee appointed by the PNDC Government in 1992 to investigate conditions in prisons and police cells in Ghana and he was a member of the Education Sub- Committee of the Narcotics Control Board (1991-2000). Currently, he serves as the Board/Council Chairman for Ghana College of Nurses and Midwives. H also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Governors of St. Thomas Aquinas Senior High School, as well as Chairman of the Pastoral Council of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church Community, Cantonments, Accra. a member of the Ghana Guinea Worm Certification Committee; a member of National Certification Committee on Poliomyelitis; and a member of the National Committee on Cancers Control. He is a Fellow of Netherlands Foundation for the Advancement of Tropical Research (WOTRO) • Adjunct Professor, Central University College, Accra, Webster University College and the Ghana Armed Forces Command college

K.K. Thomas Tekpor
K.K Thomas Tekpor He Holds a masters degree in Logistics and Supply Chain management from the Coventry University, London. He has also received training in Peace and conflict resolution and it management as well as serves on several Peace-keeping missions/ Operations. His Research area focused extensively on Peace, conflict management as well as Alternative Dispute resolution. He serves as the Executive Director of Africa Peace Freedom, an organization which work across Africa and beyond.

Prof. Richard Edward Gyampo
Professor Edward Ransford Gyampo is a Patron for PeaceAids International. He serve as a Research Fellow at the Governance Unit of the Institute of Economic Affairs. He is also the Coordinator of the Institute of Economic Affairs-Ghana Political Parties Programme (IEA-GPPP) – a programme that brings together the four main Political Parties with representation in Ghana’s Parliament to discuss issues of national importance in an a-political manner and to propose practical solutions to them. His research focus lies in the area of Governance, Democracy, Human Rights and Development. He holds his Ph.D Degree in Political Science from the University of Ghana (Legon) /Tufts University (Boston) and has written and published extensively in many internationally refereed journals across the globe. For close to ten years, he has worked at the Governance Centre of the Institute and risen through the ranks to become a Research Fellow.

Conrad Kakraba
Conrad Kakraba is an Adjunct Lecturer in Communication Skills, at Heritage Christian College. He is reading a PhD in Business Administration (Communication and Media Management) from Open University of Malaysia .He holds a Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication from SMU-India as well as Master’s in Divinity from Nations University, USA. Conrad has won many awards to his credit. Among others, he was an Adjunct Lecturer in Communication in the Business School and Faculty of Law of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, GIMPA for 4 years. Conrad worked with the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (Ghana Television) as a Reporter, Newscaster, Editor, Programme Producer/Host and Commentator for 7 years. He is the CEO of Conrado Consult (a media, public relations, public speaking training and communication consulting firm) and has consulted for different organisations and businesses. He is a Personal Development Coach, motivational speaker and an author of 3 books and has spoken at over a 100 youth, student and church programmes across Ghana.