About Kajsa H.A.
My name is Kajsa Hallberg Adu. I was born in the early 1980s in northern Sweden. I grew up with my three siblings in a culturally rich (and sometimes a bit crazy) family on an island in southern Sweden, Gotland. After leaving high school and my family, I volunteered at the World Expo 2ooo in Hannover, Germany and my interest in international life blossomed. I studied in Georgia, U.S.A. before coming back to Sweden for my Bachelor's in Political Science at Uppsala University. During studying, I met an interesting young man from Ghana. For the subsequent Master's degree, I had the opportunity of interning for the Swedish foreign ministry in Paris. In 2007, I moved to Ghana. I live in the harbor city, Tema, about 40 minutes (if no traffic) from Ghana's capital Accra. I work as a lecturer at Ashesi University in Accra, but also as a Freelance Writer and Communications Consultant, most recently with awesome anti-corruption initiative Klarity. Growing up, I read a lot and dreamed of making a