Josephine Dakudjie, an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Planning and Land Administration, University for Development Studies (UDS), Ghana. Josephine has always been passionate about land management and the policies that govern it, which led her to pursue a Bachelors degree in Land Economy at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
During her undergraduate studies, she gained a deep understanding of the economic, legal, and environmental aspects of land management. She then went on to pursue a Masters degree in Land Governance and Policy, where she further honed her expertise and developed her research skills.
Driven by her desire to make a difference, Josephine has volunteered with a number of organisations dedicated to sustainable land use and conservation. She has led a team in data collection and analysis for an Urban Regeneration Project.
Josephine began her career as a Teaching and Research Assistant. She continued to practice as an Estates Officer in private and government organisations. Currently, she works as a Lecturer at the Department of Planning and Land Administration, UDS. She hopes to inspire the next generation of land management professionals and to create a more sustainable and equitable future for all.