I am currently in the third year of my Ph.D. program in Actuarial Science at the University of Waterloo, under the supervision of Professor Mary Hardy and Professor Ben Feng.

Prior to embarking on my doctoral studies, I earned a Master's of Science in Quantitative Finance from Lancaster University, UK, where I worked under the guidance of Professor Mark Shackelton. My academic journey began with a Bachelor of Science in Actuarial Science from the University of Ghana, Legon.

My research journey is an exciting exploration of the intersection between climate change and financial markets. I'm deeply intrigued by how climate change impacts financial risk management, and I'm dedicated to finding innovative strategies to tackle these challenges. My passion lies in delving into climate change modeling, where I aim to unravel the complex ways in which climate factors influence financial markets. I'm particularly drawn to the practical applications of climate change modeling in finance and actuarial science, and I'm committed to using mathematical and statistical analysis to shed light on this intricate relationship. Ultimately, my goal is to provide valuable insights that can guide strategic decision-making in investor portfolio selection and pension operations.