Marilyn Yeboah


Graduate Assistant, University of Ghana. Legon-Ghana                      (2016 - 2017)

Key Skills gained:

  • Tutorial sections (quantitative methods, sociology of science and research methods)
  • Marking
  • Oral Presentations
  • Field data collection, analysis and report writing

Tigo Advisor (Customer Service Representative) Millicom Ghana-Tigo. Accra-Ghana (2014 - 2015) 

Key results:

  • Oral communication skills
  • Team work

National Service Personnel, Science and Technology Policy Research Institute (CSIR STEPRI). Accra-Ghana                                                                       (2013 – 2014) 

Projects involved in:

  • Diffusion of Innovation in Low Income Countries, in collaboration with the University of Oxford and the CSIR- STEPRI, Sponsored by the University of Oxford. • Business Opportunity Identification Survey, in collaboration with the Rural Enterprise Programme and the CSIR-STEPRI, Sponsored by the World Bank and African Development Bank.
  • African Science Technology and Innovation Indicator (ASTII) Survey, in collaboration with the CSIR-STEPRI and the Ghana Statistical Service and Sponsored by the African Ministerial Council on Science and Technology (AMCOST).
  • Global Impact Study into Public Access to ICT (Investigating the Impact of Public Access to ICT, in collaboration with the CSIR- STEPRI and the University of Washington and Sponsored by the University of Washington.

Duties include:

  • Collecting and entry of field data
  • Team work

Field Assistant, Praisel Consulting Limited, Accra-Ghana                  (2008 – 2009)        


  • Data Collection for N-1 highway construction. Sponsored by Millennium Development Authority (MiDA).