Dr. Morris is a lecturer in the Business Administration Department at Ashesi University. Some of the professional organizations that she is affiliated with include Academy of Management, Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World and Young Professional for Agriculture Development.
She has been involved with research projects geared towards improving food production, food quality and postharvest management in agri-food supply chains. During her PhD, Kwami employed the use of quantitative methods and statistical tools such as structural equation modelling (SEM), a powerful second-generation statistical modelling approach, to investigate the potentials of alternative strategies towards improving post-harvest management in traditional agri-food supply chains. Post PhD, she is looking to actively contribute in strengthening Agribusiness in the African continent by engaging in diversified research projects.
Some of Kwami’s current research interests span across the following areas:
- Food security
- Postharvest management,
- Value Chain Analysis
- Sustainability in Smallholder Agribusiness Ventures
- Urban Agriculture
- Adoption Behavior towards Appropriate Technologies for Improving Performance in Small and Medium Agribusiness Ventures.
- Business Modeling
- Impacts of Urbanization on Agriculture, Agrometeorology for enhancing food production in Africa