Prince is an international development practitioner with over ten year’s cumulative working experience with local, national, and regional human rights and development organisations, mainly in Sierra Leone and West Africa. Other areas of his expertise include evidence-based advocacy and civil society mobilisation, youth and women’s empowerment, gender equality, coalition building, and coordination.
Before joining WADPN, Prince worked with the Centre for Accountability and Rule of Law as a gender equality coordinator for Trocaire Sierra Leone’s Irish Aid women’s empowerment program. He was also the Executive Director of the Institute for Drug Control and Human Security. Prince is the anglophone coordinator for the West Africa Network of Civil Society Organizations on Substance Abuse (WANCSA) and a member of the Advisory Board of Sierra Leone’s National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).
Prince holds a BSc (Hon) in Information and Communication Technology and a Master of Science Degree in Governance and Leadership from the Institute for Public Administration and Management (IPAM), University of Sierra Leone (USL). Certificates in Policy Advocacy and Engagement, Networking and Alliance Building, and Communication from West Africa Civil Society Institute.