Prince J. Annan was born on the 7th March 1991 in Gomoa dunkwa in the central region of Ghana where he spent most of his childhood and had his basic school education. Due to this, he draws a lot of motivation when inscribing the adventures of his life experience. Nonetheless, before attaining a certificate in General Arts from Adisadel College, one of the best senior high schools in Ghana, Prince J. Annan wrote three non fiction novels about his experiences including “Breakaway” which earned him the best creative writer (freestylist) at the Black Santa Awards held in 2010 at Adisadel College. Later after he completed King university, he was impelled by his penmanships and hence took it upon himself to analyze the core factor of our individual problems which has implicated the environment and the community at large. So then he formed an organization (G.Y.M.O) that was tailored to strengthen the economic culture in the rural provinces of Ghana. However together with his team was able to draft a resolution project theme COMPUTERMIND (RuralDevelopmentProject), where children in rural areas are also given the opportunity and platform to expand their creativity through ICT. In 2018 being named to be part of the Harvard Model United Nations conference as a representative of Ghana. Together with his team sent a proposal with a presentation for support from the Resolution fellowship. Prince J. Annan has a lot of significant professional experiences as a writer, Musician, and idealist. He created several tools to help his organization evaluate operational requirements more accurately. Apart from this, Prince J. Annan will always like to engage with persuasive decision architects in global public policy.