Ekua Mbrah Inkoom

Arts & Sciences: Hispanic Studies (PhD)

Ekua has a bachelor’s degree in political science and Spanish from the University of Ghana. She was also an Erasmus Mundus scholar with a joint master’s degree in European culture, politics, and society in a global context from the University of Deusto (Spain) and Uppsala University (Sweden). She was also a Learn Africa Fellow through the Mujeres por África Foundation with a master´s degree in protocol management and events design from the Camilo José Cela University (Spain).

In her free time, Ekua volunteers with the Spanish think-and-do tank Puerta de África as a Program Coordinator for the Ayoka Fellowship. She hopes to pursue an academic career in Spanish-centered studies while supporting the development of Africa-Europe related projects and programs.

Scholar Voices Feature

Read Ekua’s story detailing the highlights and key takeaways from the Social Innovation panel discussion as part of the McDonnell Academy Global Research Symposium 2023 on Oct. 6, 2023.