Keith Eubulus is a Ghanaian trained journalist, a writer, poet, public speaker and human capitalist coach. His empowerment clinics seek to build the leadership in the Ghanaian youth and also offer counselling that will propel the youth to attain the highest standard in life.
Keith has vast experience in local governance. He has worked with Society For Youth And Poverty Alleviation (Syppa) in Ashaiman, one of Ghana’s densely populated town. Syppa is a Non-Governmental Oragnisation dedicated to improving the livelihood, security, promoting good governance, poverty alleviation and empowering the youth and women through training, advocacy, networking and action oriented research in the Ashaiman Municipality. He has covered two District Assembly and Unit Committee Elections as well as 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary elections. Keith is also a member of The Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) Ashaiman research team.
He has also been an active member of the Ashaiman Governance Forum that seeks to strengthen the involvement of residents/citizens in shaping policies, influencing local priorities and resource allocation to the development of the municipality, improve security situation and put in place measures to ensure peaceful, fair and violence free elections.
His experience in education has seen him build a strong commitment to teaching to the highest possible standards. He has taught at all the stages of his nation educational system. A talented, well organised and strong classroom performer, he has a proven track record of achieving excellent student attainment, management of personnel and students and providing leadership and positive school climate.
Keith has also served in leadership positions on several christian organisational.
He was educated at one of Ghana’s prestigious schools Adisadel College in Cape Coast before proceeding to read Communication Studies at the Ghana Institute of Journalism in Accra. His work experience has ben centred around three areas; education, media works and local governance. He hails from Ekumfi Edmafa in the Central Region of Ghana.