Ekerette is an experienced researcher with knowledge in conducting qualitative and quantitative social research across various social policy areas. He completed his doctorate in international politics, specialising in civil society organisations, conflict, peacebuilding, deradicalisation and development.
Ekerette joined Shared Intelligence from Sculpt, where he managed policy research projects. His role included designing, conducting, and analysing semi-structured interviews and surveys, undertaking extensive desk-based research and literature reviews. He has conducted research into the lived experience of people in conflict zones, as well as marginalised and unrepresented communities.
He has brought these skills to Shared Intelligence, where he has contributed to various projects such as the Care and Health Improvement Programme (CHIP) and the Forces in Mind Trust Armed Forces Covenant Project. Ekerette is interested in including marginalised and unrepresented communities in government policies and development.