Sustainable Development Expert for UK, Africa and the Caribbean

Research interests: Health, Education, Employment, MDGs, SDGs

 Lyn Ametewee holds a BA Law with French, MA Criminology, LLM Corporate Finance and an MBA in Strategic Management.

 Lyn has over 15 years experience of working as a Lecturer, Researcher and Consultant to promote sustainable development by improving health, human rights, gender equality, local governance, climate change strategies and the quality of life for vulnerable populations. In particular, Lyn has worked with women, children, older people, the disabled, people with ill mental health and migrants in the United Kingdom, Africa and the Caribbean. Her achievements include working as a Consultant for the UK National Health Services, UK Cabinet Office, UK Local Government, the United Nations Development Fund for Women, Ghana Skills Development Fund (funded by the World Bank/DANIDA) and the Centre for Gender and Social Development at the Institute of Local Government Studies (Ghana)



 Lyn is a Researcher and has held roles as Adjunct Lecturer on sustainable development, health, business, law and project management at several universities in Ghana including the Graduate School of Governance and Leadership, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration and was a Guest Lecturer at Santa Fe College, Florida. Lyn has managed international public education campaigns to promote sustainable development. Lyn is a Former Editorial Correspondent for Panache International Magazine and Elan Magazine and Former Editor-In-Chief for News Generation (MultiTV Ghana Kids TV News Programme funded by Free Press International) and contributes regularly to Caribbean community magazines including Soca News and Carnival Grooves.