Chibeze S. Ezekiel began his social work career as a volunteer in the early 2000 providing support on various development work areas particularly around youth development and empowerment. Years of training, dialogues with relevant stakeholders and contributing to national and international discussions have sharpened his skills and expertise as a Social Development Practitioner in promoting the need for active citizens – especially youth and women – engagement in the development and implementation of pro-poor national policies and programming. He has been very instrumental in the processes leading to the development of the National Youth Policy of Ghana and its related issues. He has published articles and research papers touching largely on youth development and environmental issues.

Whiles, pursuing his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology at the University of Ghana, he was selected by the World Bank Institute in 2009 for a “Youth Master Trainer on Climate Change” program in Abuja, Nigeria. He is a member of various platforms both nationally and internationally contributing to the world's development agenda.

By reason of his work experience and knowledge, he has served as member of the CSOs Steering Committee charged with preparatory plan for the Third UN General Assembly International Conference on Financing for Development on 8th and 9th April, 2015 in New York, USA.

Eventhough he provides leadership support to a number of youth-led organisations, he currently is the National Coordinator for two youth-led organisations namely the Strategic Youth Network for Development (SYND), and 350 Ghana-Reducing Our Carbon (G-ROC) - 

His areas of strength have been around Gender, Climate Change, Biodiversity, Forestry or Land degradation and Tax Justice.

He has good organizational, interpersonal, analytical, good communicator, team player, mobilization and strategic planning skills.