Prof. Dr. Daniel Inkoom is a Fellow of the Ghana Institute of Planners (FGIP), Member, Steering Committee of the Association of African Schools of Planning (AAPS) Cape Town, South Africa, and Current Chair (2016-2018) Association African Planning Schools (AAPS). For the past 27 years, Daniel has been involved in Capacity Development, Coaching, and Consultancy Practice in several fields including Organization Development, Monitoring and Evaluation, Planning and Governance of Development. His clients include several sector Ministries in Ghana, ACTION AID, DANIDA, Dan Church Aid, DED, DFID, ECOWAS Commission, GIZ, IITA, JICA, KfW, Newmont Ghana Gold Ltd, Plan Ghana, TEARFUND (UK), UNFPA, UNDP, UNCDF and the World Bank Institute (WBI). Prof. Daniel Inkoom currently teaches in the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and also serves as a Visiting Professor in Vits University, South Africa.

Prof. Dr. Daniel Inkoom is a Facilitator, Development Planner, Researcher, Resource and Environmental Management, project formulation and evaluation expert.  He facilitated a large number of project planning and participatory review sessions for the GTZ, IITA, DFID and other international organisations. He has undertaken research work for the World Bank Urban Poverty Programme in the Greater Accra Region (Ghana). He led a team to undertake a World Bank Rural Poverty Study using PRA methods, done short-term consultancy assignments for DANIDA/GWSC and a lot more researches for the World Bank. For the past 21 years, he has been involved in Teaching, Research, and consultancy practice in the fields of Urban Planning, Training Needs Assessment and Capacity Building, Organisational Development, Governance of development, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Local and Regional Economic Development for several ministries, departments, agencies and organisations including ACTION AID, DANIDA, DED, DFID, ECOWAS Commission, GTZ, IITA, JICA, KfW, Newmont Ghana Gold Ltd, TEARFUND (UK), UNFPA, UNDP, UNCDF and the World Bank.