Researcher biography

Dr. Agyeiwaah's research focuses on promoting sustainable practices in tourism from both demand and supply perspectives. She specializes in sustainable tourism development, tourist studies, and small and medium tourism enterprises. Her passion lies in understanding how small and medium tourism enterprise owners and tourists can act responsibly to achieve sustainable tourism development. She uses pluralistic research approaches to investigate various sustainable behavioural phenomena, acknowledging the discipline's complexity. Her research has been featured in prestigious interdisciplinary journals and top publications in tourism and hospitality.

Dr. Agyeiwaah is a certified hospitality educator (2015-2020) and has been teaching tourism and hospitality courses since 2012 in Africa, Asia, and now at UQ. She also has an excellent track record of supervising master's and PhD theses. Additionally, she is dedicated to serving the communities around her through volunteering. During her leisure time, she likes to watch tennis.