Sabina Appiah-Boateng is a doctoral student at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, pursuing a Phd in development dtudies (specializing in conflict and development studies). She is working on the research topic, “Land-Use Conflicts and Psychosocial Well-Being: A Study of Farmer-Herder Conflicts in Asante Akyem North District of Ghana.” Appiah-Boateng has worked on conflict projects such as national conflict mapping for UNDP and designing concept paper on religious tolerance for Ghana’s Peace Council. She is a promising scholar who aims to be in academia. She loves research and community engagements. Appiah Boateng’s research interests are in the areas of conflict, migration, psychosocial well-being, humanitarianism, human security, and development.