University of Ghana, 1959-1962, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) (London). University of Dublin, Ireland, 1963-1964, Postgraduate Training Development Economic. Economic Development Institute, World Bank, United States of America, 1969-1970, Fellow.
Spoken languages: English, Ga, Fante.
Deputy Director-General, Tech Coop & Field Program Sector, International Labor Organization/Office since 1989. Resident Representative, United Nations Development Program, Uganda, 1988-1989, United Republic of Tanzania, 1986-1988, Sierra Leone, 1981-1986. Principal Officer, Regional Bureau for Africa, United Nations Development Program, New York, 1981.
Secretary, National Economic Planning Council, Ghana, 1974-1978. Senior Principal Secretary, 1974-1978, Principal Economic Office(s), 1972-1974, Senior Economic Officer, 1968-1972, Ministry of Finance & Economic Planning, Ghana. Assistant Economic Officer, Office(s) of Planning Commission, Ghana, 1962-1966.
Member: North-South Roundtable. Ghana Institute of Management. Council of African Advisers of the World Bank.
Spouse James Lebrecht, National of Ghana.