While at the University of Ghana, Dzidzor earned an undergraduate degree, with a major in Economics and a minor in Geography, after also studying French for a year. She spent her summers traveling across East and North Africa, volunteering with youth-led groups to teach English and Mathematics to young children in different age groups and leading plastic recycling campaigns in the coastal town of El Maamoura, Tunisia. While in East Africa, she also spent her time exploring the beautiful Spice Islands of Tanzania and the tallest mountain on the continent, Mount Kilimanjaro. Dzidzor worked for two years in youth-led research across the sub-Saharan Africa region in Ghana, Tanzania, Nigeria, Zambia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, and Uganda, with Restless Development and the Mastercard Foundation. Currently, she provides programmatic support for designing experiential learning opportunities for first years and sophomores at Clark University, while studying for her Master’s degree in International Development. This fall, Dzidzor will be returning to school to kick start her second year as a graduate student at Clark.