Nteranya holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Macalester College, Minnesota, USA. Prior to this, Arnold served as the Chairperson of the African Leadership Academy Model African Union (ALAMAU) 2015, a conference simulating the African Union for over 100 students representing more than 40 nationalities. As a believer in the power of paying it forward, he has also worked as an ALA Global Scholars Program (GSP) 2016 Alumni Educator, facilitating a platform for youth to learn entrepreneurial leadership. He has also taken on roles as a Teaching Assistant for Political Theory and as a Peer Career Counselor, to support both the learning trajectory of others. Currently, he is completing a masters degree in Development Studies. In his personal time, he explores how the creative sectors can be powerful tools for learning, reconciliation, unity and positive change. He is likely to be found in the middle of a good book or dancing to good music.