Wendell Adjetey

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|Title=Adjunct Research Associate
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|Bio=Wendell Adjetey is an Adjunct Research Associate, working with Neil Seeman on developing novel policies to spur commercial innovation in chronic illness and global well-being. Wendell was born in Ghana, West Africa. He is passionate about inner-city politics and the well-being of inner-city youth. He is also involved in human rights issues, particularly the plight of child soldiers, and democracy and the rule of law in sub-Saharan Africa. Wendell was educated at the University of Toronto, earning a BA in International Relations and History and an MA in Ethnic, Immigration, and Pluralism Studies and Political Science.
|Bio=Wendell Adjetey is an Adjunct Research Associate, working with Neil Seeman on developing novel policies to spur commercial innovation in chronic illness and global well-being. Wendell was born in Ghana, West Africa. He is passionate about inner-city politics and the well-being of inner-city youth. He is also involved in human rights issues, particularly the plight of child soldiers, and democracy and the rule of law in sub-Saharan Africa. Wendell was educated at the University of Toronto, earning a BA in International Relations and History and an MA in Ethnic, Immigration, and Pluralism Studies and Political Science.
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Wendell Adjetey

Adjunct Research Associate
Wendell Adjetey.png
Current fellows


Wendell Adjetey is an Adjunct Research Associate, working with Neil Seeman on developing novel policies to spur commercial innovation in chronic illness and global well-being. Wendell was born in Ghana, West Africa. He is passionate about inner-city politics and the well-being of inner-city youth. He is also involved in human rights issues, particularly the plight of child soldiers, and democracy and the rule of law in sub-Saharan Africa. Wendell was educated at the University of Toronto, earning a BA in International Relations and History and an MA in Ethnic, Immigration, and Pluralism Studies and Political Science.


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