Shadrack Osei Frimpong is a global leader and academic whose work explores the science and practice of engagement in public health, medicine, and international development.
He holds master’s degrees from Penn (MS, Non-Profit Leadership) and Yale (Advanced MPH, Global Health). Currently, he is pursuing an MD at the Yale School of Medicine and a Ph.D. in Public Health and Primary Care at the University of Cambridge as a Gates Cambridge Scholar.
Frimpong is a recipient of the prestigious Samuel Huntington Public Service Award, Forbes 30 under 30 list of top social entrepreneurs around the world, the Clinton Foundation’s CGIU Honor Roll, and the Muhammad Ali Award, which recognizes six global activists who work towards social change under age thirty. HRM Queen Elizabeth II has also awarded him the Queen’s Young Leader Award at the Buckingham Palace.