Prince Aboagye holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Integrated Community Development Studies from the University for Development Studies with specialization in Community Mobilisation, Research, Monitoring and Evaluation and Advocacy. He has extensive knowledge in civil society work having worked with mining-advocacy organisation like WACAM as a community volunteer for several years. Mr Aboagye also worked with Centre for Social Impact Studies (CeSIS) as the Community Relations Officer . He also worked with South African based Mining giant AngloGold Asahnti, Obuasi Mine as Community Development Officer. He is now the Programmes Officer (Extractives) for the Centre for Social impact Studies. He is a member of Publish What You Pay – Ghana, Civil Society Platform on Oil and Gas, Coalition on Right to Information and Tax Justice Network, KASA Initiative among others. He has participated in several workshops on Natural Resources and the Extractives Industry including: forestry, mining, Oil and gas and how to integrate small scale mining into mainstream economy. Mr. Aboagye's areas of specialization are Community Mobilisation, Community Facilitation Skills, Communication Skills, Community Volunteerism, Advocacy Skills, etc. He has facilitated meetings between community members and foreign interns visiting Obuasi to familiarize themselves with the socio-economic development and its environmental impacts of the extractive sector. Mr. Aboagye swims as a form of exercise. He also watches football, movies and chats with friends on social networks to relax.