Our Team

Our team possesses a broad range of proven research expertise and specialized skills. They are among the most motivated, dedicated and creative people we have seen in the industry, often going the extra mile to ensure that your project is a success. To ensure optimal quality, we emphasize teamwork and cooperation where their individual backgrounds and strengths are brought to bear on a project.

F. K. Otchere


Frank has more than  10 year’s experience in research services and data management. As a Research fellow in policy related monitoring and evaluation studies at Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), Frank does not only manage complex surveys and a data warehouse, he also trains and teaches Statistical computing. Frank’s key role at DataPlas includes providing direction and expertise in social research, programming, statistics, indicator modeling and data-related issues. Frank’s academic credentials include a Bsc. and Mphil degrees in Statistics and an MA in Population Studies from the University of Ghana. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Policy analysis.

J.K Darko

Co – founder

Joseph has 7 years’ experience in the research industry. Joseph personally oversees all project operations including survey methodology and research design. Joseph’s academic credentials includes a Diploma in statistics from Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER), legon, Bachelor of art in Statistics and Economics and Master of philosophy in Statistics from University of Ghana. Outside of DataPlas, Joseph can usually be found facilitating workshop on Stata and CSpro training.

Prof. Benony Kwaku Gordor


Prof.  Gordor is an Associate Professor of Statistics with over 25 years of teaching and research across four institutions: University of Cape Coast, University of Ghana, Ashesi University College and Linkoping University (Sweden). During his professional career, he held a number of positions, including Dean of the School of Physical Sciences (UCC) and Vice President (Data Link Institute). He also worked briefly in management positions at FirstBanC Financial Services and TV3 Network.  He has consulted for financial and media organizations in areas of market research, customer satisfaction surveys and feasibility studies. He has served on many boards and committees of national and international institutions, including the African Virtual University, the West African Examinations Council, the Statistics Panel of the National Accreditation Board and the National Open University Planning Committee. Prof. Gordor has a PhD (Statistics) and an M.Sc. (Statistics) from University of Sheffield, UK, an M.Sc. (Mathematics) from Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria and a B.Sc. (Statistics with Mathematics) from University of Ghana..

Dr Henry Tagoe


Dr Henry Tagoe is demographer and social scientist with strong analytical skills in both quantitative and qualitative research methodology and approaches. He has more than 12 years of professional experience in research including designing and implementing research projects, Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), data monitoring and data quality assurance. Has worth of professional experience working in the development and implementation of research, M&E, teaching and consulting for both governmental and non-governmental organisations in the areas of population health and development. Also facilitate and train individuals and groups in the use of statistical packages (EipData, SPSS, STATA) and computer assisted qualitative data analysis software (QSR Nvivo).