Kobina Aidoo is a self-described African non-American. Aside from making documentaries, he is a consultant for the World Bank in Washington, DC. He considers himself a public policy analyst with a camera.
He originally came from Ghana to America to study at Barry University in Miami. Like other immigrants, four years has turned into twelve years. He has since worked with Warner Bros. Publications, Intel Computer Clubhouse and De Beers. He has also performed economic consulting assignments for governments in the Middle East and Africa.
Kobina holds a Master in Public Policy degree with a specialty in International Trade and Finance from Harvard Kennedy School of Government where he also served as co-chief editor of Africa Policy Journal.
He loves watching soccer and basketball, playing ping-pong, and is learning to ski.