Prof. F. K. E. Nunoo is currently an Associate Professor and the Dean of Student Affairs at the University of Ghana (UG), Legon. He is an astute, over twenty years’ experience, Fisheries Scientist and Coastal Management expert with broad expertise covering environmental, social and natural resource governance issues in Ghana and West African. His specific research interests in fisheries include studies on impacts of global climate change on fisheries, improving data collection in African fisheries, and impact of IUU fishing on fish stocks. Prof. Nunoo has over one hundred publications including fifty-three (57) refereed articles in both international and local journals. He has provided professional services to aid development efforts of Africa and the world through short term contracts with international agencies such as the World Bank and Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) of the UN.