Emmanuel Sulle, Research Associate, Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies, South Africa.
Mr. Emmanuel Sulle is well known as a leading scholar on natural resource governance in Africa, is a contributor to the Network of Excellence on Land Governance in Africa founded by the African Union and GIZ, and other key professional groups. He holds a master’s degree in Public Policy majoring in Environmental Policy from the University of Maryland College Park, USA and is currently completing his Ph.D. on Land and Agrarian Studies, at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa. He has 20 years of research experience on a range of topics that include natural resources governance, land tenure, wildlife and tourism, policy analysis, stakeholder analysis, new partnerships for sustainability, and inclusive business models. Apart from publishing many peer-reviewed articles in high impact journals, over the years of his research work, he has developed considerable leadership, facilitation, and training skills, and has led several research projects and teams in several countries in Africa. He has earned numerous academic awards including the Harvard University Ph.D. fellowship in 2015. Emmanuel lives in Arusha, Tanzania and enjoys evening jogging and mountain hiking.