I have sixteen years' experience in journalism; hold an International Law master's degree from Kiev University in The Ukraine and an Intercultural Conflict Management master's degree from the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences in Germany. Researching for my second master's degree, I spent six weeks in Cambodia, travelling, documenting and writing my dissertation. I am currently Head of Radio, Sierra Leone Broadcasting Corporation. I was Programming Coordinator with the United Nations Radio in Sierra Leone. Prior to that, I worked as a freelance journalist with Deutsche Welle in Berlin, The African Courier in Speyer and expotimes.net in France. Over the past four years, I trained over fifty journalists in election reporting. I also taught a module The Interview, at the International Institute of Journalism Berlin-Brandenburg. I have served as resource person at international conferences and seminars on media, conflict and human rights in England, The Netherlands, Germany, Slovak Republic, The Gambia and Sierra Leone.