Imani Center for Policy and Education
Cudjoe is founding director of IMANI, a think tank ranked fifth most influential in Africa (2009) and the only African think tank named in the top 25 most innovative think tanks in the world in 2010. Cudjoe is also Editor of AfricanLiberty.org. He has won two John Templeton Foundation awards, and he has been cited in the United Kingdom's House of Commons' debate on aid and development in Africa as well as by South Africa's Supreme Court Judge on patents and intellectual property. Cudjoe debated Tanzanian President Mkapa on globalization in 2007, and in 2010 he led the World Bank's Africa region's taskforce. Cudjoe was consulted by the United Kingdom's Prime Minister's office on how to make effective use of British aid in Africa. He is an Earhart doctoral fellow at Buckingham University in the United Kingdom, an alumnus of Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education, the Atlas Economic Research Foundation's Think Tank MBA programme and the Montreal Economic Institute's Think Tank Training programme. Cudjoe is a member of the 2011 graduating class of the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education for Global Leadership and Public Policy.