Enoch Ashie Amasa currently works as a park manager in the Kakum Conservation Area, where he started in November 2012. His jobs at the park are numerous, ranging from developing and coordinating security related programs to developing the Annual Operations Plan and Budget.
He received a General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level from the Presbyterian Boys’ Secondary School in Legon, Ghana. Furthermore, he went on to receive his General Certificate of Education at an Advanced Level in 1987 from Labone Secondary School in Accra, Ghana.
Prior to his position at the Forestry Commission, he worked with Mole National Park, where he was responsible for collaborative resource units that work with community-based natural resource management issues and improvement with Mole National Park’s stakeholders, especially communities on the fringe.
In addition to his work experience, he has also shown his expertise through extensive research. Examples of his work include Nature and extent of human-elephant conflict in Bia Conservation Area in Ghana, and Effect of uncontrolled burning on distribution and habitat of African elephants in Mole National Park, Ghana.