DK Osseo-Asare is assistant professor of architecture and engineering design at the Stuckeman School at Pennsylvania State University.
Osseo-Asare has been a TED Global Fellow, Fulbright Scholar, and Africa 4 Tech Digital Champion. He cofounded the design agency DSGN AGNC (2009-2011) and the Agbogbloshie Makerspace Platform, an open-source maker tech initiative geared for Africa. He also led urban/strategic design for the Koumbi City and Anam City new town projects in Ghana and Nigeria, which were featured at the Clinton Global Initiative (2012-2014).
Osseo-Asare received his bachelor’s degree in engineering design and master’s degree in architecture from Harvard University.