David-Living K.D. ASIAM


David-Living is a visionary who believes that self-development must not be limited to academics alone and that every good skill/ talent/ passion an individual has must be developed. He is fluent in English and French and also has some profiency in Chinese language (HSK 2A), Spanish as well as three West African languages (Ewe, Akan and Ga).
He is a versatile professional with deep passion in the study and use of languages. He holds a diploma in modern languages from University of Strasbourg, France. 2015, In Strasbourg, he played the lead role of Cyrano de Bergerac in the maiden edition of the modern language department’s drama production dubbed Prothelan (projet de théâtre en langues), where proceeds were donated to charity. Serving as the Organizer of the International Ghanaian Youth Movement in Strasbourg (IGYMS), he contributed to ensuring the welfare of Ghanaian students in Strasbourg and providing a platform for Ghanaians in the diaspora to contribute their quota to Ghana’s development.
Also an alumnus of the University of Ghana, he has a Bachelor of Arts’ degree in French and Linguistics, and a Master of Arts degree in Conference Interpreting, certified by the Pan-African Masters Consortium in Interpretation and Translation and supported by the Interpretation directorates of the European Union and the United Nations Office in Nairobi. After the training to become an Interpreter, he worked with the Directorate for Conference Management and Publications of the African Union Commission as an Intern, giving him a lot of exposure in the early days of his career.
David-Living has been practising as a Conference Interpreter and Translator since 2019 and has covered meetings and completed translation projects in a wide range of thematic areas such as health, education, politics, agriculture, security, culture, to mention but a few.
In addition to all these he is a song writer, professional MC and Voice over talent who believes in UNITY and the importance of youth and women empowerment to achieving the Africa we want.