Dr Atchulo’s PhD in Accounting at the Open University Business School, the Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, looked at how organisations incorporate social and environmental considerations into accounting practice. Prior to that, he graduated from the School of Administration (now University of Ghana Business School) with First Class Honours. He received the KPMG award for best overall graduating student in BSc Administration as well as the Professor Ben Amoako-Adu award of excellence for best all round graduating student in his year of graduation. He went on to work as a teaching and research assistant at the School of Administration with responsibility for organising and delivering tutorials for business mathematics and quantitative methods at the undergraduate level and financial management at the postgraduate level. He was subsequently recruited by Barclays Bank of Ghana Ltd (now Absa Ghana) on the Barclays Africa Leadership Programme and worked in the Finance Department for about six years. He won the prestigious British Chevening Scholarship and subsequently studied for his MSc in Accounting and Finance at the Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, which he passed with merit. Following this, He worked for the United Bank for Africa (UBA), (Ghana) as the Head of Local Corporate with responsibility for deal ideation, initiation and execution. Dr Atchulo has previously been a faculty member of University for Development Studies (UDS), School of Business and Law as well as Central Business School, Central University where he taught courses in Accounting and Finance and also supervised thesis and dissertations at the postgraduate and undergraduate levels. His research work has been widely presented and well received both locally and internationally.