Beatrice Anowah Brew


Expertise:  Violent Extremism; Forced Migration; Research
Beatrice Anowah Brew is a versatile and detail-oriented professional fusing a background in international relations and marketing communications with expertise in security policy-oriented research and analysis to deliver materials spanning research/ analytical reports, concept notes, youth career development trainings and capacity building. Beatrice has developed specialties in organizing mid to high level events, building strategic partnerships, knowledge management, advocacy and social media content curation. She is passionate about one-on-one mentoring for youth and motivational discussions. Beatrice is in charge of Corporate Communication and Capacity Building Officer at the West Africa Network for Peacebuilding (WANEP). She joined WANEP in July 2015 as Program Officer, Research and Capacity Building and has over the years conducted and participated in research projects and contributed content to relevant publications and discourses both within and outside the organization on conflict prevention and peacebuilding. She also coordinates the West Africa Peacebuilding Institute (WAPI) which is the flagship training program for WANEP and also supports with the development and delivery of training materials. Beatrice holds a BA Geography & Resource Development and Psychology in from the University of Ghana, Legon and an MA in in International Affairs from the Legon Centre for International Affairs (LECIAD), Legon. Her MA dissertation assessed Ghana’s Prospects of Growth in light of Michael E. Porter’s Model of National Advantage with particular focus on Ghana’s cocoa industry. Prior to joining WANEP, she worked as a Research Assistant on a research project on the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) with WANEP, as a Graduate Research Assistant at the Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy (LECIAD) and as an Account Executive with Brands and Products (now Verdant Zeal).

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