Caesar Vulley is a Future Africa Forum contributor and expert. Caesar Vulley is an international development professional with a keen interest in the connection between trade, industrialisation, and sustainable development in sub-Saharan Africa. He is passionate about productive capacity enhancement and private sector development alongside women and youth empowerment in Africa.

Vulley is currently a master’s student at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, where he studies International Affairs with specializations in Trade, International Finance, and Global Security. He works as a Student Consultant with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) where I research and assess the stance, evolution, and effectiveness of industrial policy in least developed countries (LDCs). He also works with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Geneva on initiatives that connect high-impact growth-stage ventures in developing countries to impact investors in Western markets.

Prior to his current studies, he worked as a management consultant (business analyst) at Africa Foresight Group in Ghana, where he helped provide evidence-based advice to clients across the public, private, and third sectors on various issues including health, agriculture, financial services, sports, renewable energy, ports and logistics, and security services. His work has spanned several African countries including Tanzania, Rwanda, Nigeria, Cameroon, Ghana, and Liberia.

Finally, he is the founder and president of Nested Savings, a U.S and Uganda-based non-profit organization working to bolster food security, improve education, and expand access to finance in poor communities in northwestern Uganda.