Enoch Kordjo  Azasu

Enoch Kordjo Azasu

Graduate Research Assistant

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Enoch Kordjo Azasu, MSW, is currently pursuing his PhD at the Brown School of Social Work. Enoch has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Ghana and an MBA in Total Quality Management from the University of Professional Studies in Ghana. Over the years, he has worked as a teaching assistant at the University of Ghana Psychology Department, a school Administrator and is also the Washington University McDonnell Academy Scholar for 2017 from Ghana.

He is the founder of STAY Ghana, a nonprofit organization that focuses on suicide prevention among Ghanaian youth.

Enoch loves doing community work and has served the youth in his community with passion and zeal. Enoch’s area of interest is in mental health specifically suicide prevention and is aspiring to do his PhD.