Momo Amadu Alhassan is an Agricultural/Development Economist; he founded the Data Resource Ghana Ltd an agriculture consulting firm. He has experience in development programs in the field of agriculture in developing countries. At the moment he works as an external consultant for two firms in Ghana, on how to manage beef cattle FEEDLOTS programs using local resources from tropical and sub-tropical countries. He is an ex-consultant for Kline& comp an American multi-industry consultancy firm with a branch in Prague. His expertise cut across accountancy and agriculture. He also worked as Senior Project Coordinator for Unipower International s.r.o in the Oil & Gas industry; the company was base in Prague but operates out the Czech Republic.
He holds a Diploma in Accounting from Koforidua Polytechnic in Ghana, and a Bachelor in Management from the University Hradec Kralove and masters in International Development and Agricultural Economics from the Czech University of Life Sciences known as (Ceska Zemedelska Univerzita V Praze) both in the Czech Republic. At the moment, he is a PhD Candidate/ Teaching Assistant at the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague, his PhD topic is: Agriculture production in urban and peri-urban areas in Ghana. He speaks fluent English, good Czech and few words in Arabic, Hausa plus five languages from Ghana. He is a Ghanaian by nationality, married to a Czech wife and they have a daughter. "