Dr. Emelia Afi Agblevor is a Post-doctoral Researcher in Sociology with the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons. She specifically works on the Adolescent Mental, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Wellbeing Policy, Program and Primary Implementation Priorities in West Africa (AdoWA) project where she works on qualitative research in adolescent sexual health and mental wellbeing in West Africa. She holds a PhD in Sociology from the Hong Kong Baptist University, specializing in sociology of the body and health. Her PhD research focused on body work practices among urban women where she interrogated how activities taken on by middle class Ghanaian women to attain their body shape and size meets at the intersection of globalization, gender, social class and a performance of health. She earned her MPhil degree in Sociology as well as her B.A degree (Sociology and Classical History) from the University of Ghana. She has also done some mainstream journalism work and as a result is very passionate about improving how academics communicate their research to the broader society for stronger impact.