Richmond Commodore



Richmond Commodore currently works as a Research and Policy Analyst at ACET. In this role, he has managed and supported multiple projects in the areas of public finance, organizational restructuring, financial inclusion, migration, development finance, and trade across over six African countries.

He has extensive experience in economic data and political economy analysis, impact assessments, project management, design and administration.

As part of his role in ACET, Richmond serves as the program manager of the 4-year FCDO-funded project Strengthening the Use of Evidence for Development Impact (SEDI) in Ghana. He holds a BSc and MPhil in Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. He also has a certificate in New Structural Economics from Peking University, China, and was a Southern Voices Network Scholar at the Wilson Center in Washington D.C.