I left the Ghana Library Board in 1990 and joined the British Council, and later as Head of Information Services developed services targeted at government policy makers, staff in higher education and social development activists. This was followed by work with the Methodist University-Ghana. Following the completion of my PhD in 2005, sponsored by the Ford Foundation International Fellowship, I worked as a teaching assistant at Loughborough University.
In 2008 I joined the Beyond Distance Research Alliance at Leicester University as a research associate working on a number of projects funded by the JISC on Mobile Learning and Open Educational Resources.
Currently I am part of Academic Services in Information Services where I provide support to students in the area of information literacy and I am the academic librarian responsible for the Institute of Mathematics and Physics and the Department of Computer Science. In my spare time I like to read and watch documentaries on the on-going debate between religion and science.