Sandra Obiri-Yeboah is a final year PhD candidate at the Centre for Migration studies at the University of Ghana. She is currently working on her PhD thesis in the area of climate change impacts, psychological wellbeing and migration with special emphasis in Northern Ghana. She is currently a graduate assistant at Centre for Gender Studies and Advocacy at the University of Ghana as part of her PhD education. She teaches and organizes tutorial sessions for students taking various gender-based courses. She also participates in seminars and conferences which has enhanced her scope and knowledge base in gender and societal discourse. She holds a degree in M.A. Population Studies from University of Ghana and researched in malnutrition among young Ghanaian women. After her Master’s she joined the National Population Council, Ghana working in the Research Monitoring and Evaluation Unit where her responsibilities included advocacy.