Divine, [B.Ed. Information Technology, Dip Ed] is a multi-award-winning Educationist and Education Advocate. He has rich experience teaching students across diverse backgrounds with the unique ability to inspire learners to be the constructors of their own knowledge. Over the years, he has initiated and led several programs/projects toward promoting educational quality in Ghana. Notably among them are the Safe School Project, which aims at preventing violence (sexual, psychological and physical violence) in Ghanaian schools to make them safer for learning, and the Every Child Along project that sought to promote right-age enrolment of Ghanaian children into school and to provide remedial intervention for children who trail in reading and writing especially children in rural communities. He is also a volunteer teacher for Project Kakuma (a program that draws seasoned teachers across the world to provide free teaching to the refugee children in the Kakuma Refugee Camp of Kenya). Through article publications and engagements in the media, Divine contributes to the educational discourses in the country to ensure government education policies and programs are progressive. Since 2013, he has been to over 90 basic and senior high schools to provide mentorship to students on varied subjects. His contributions toward education have been recognized with awards from some local and International organizations. In 2019, he was appointed TeachSDGs Ambassador by the Teach SDGs Organization (an international organization aligned with the UN to serve the SDGs through education). He was a receiver of The Future Award Africa for Education, EDUCOM Awards for Innovative Digital Teacher, and Bayport Teacher Innovation Competition Awards in 2018. In 2017, he received the EDUCOM Awards for Education Worker, and the Africa Youth Awards for Grassroots Development in 2015.