John Alobwede Ngome is an Analyst, Writer, Consultant and Associate Researcher. He managed the Archives of the Faculty of Architecture at the Free University of Brussels, served as Manager at Express Handling Service in Belgium, and as Senior Administrative and Logistics Manager at CERIS-ULB Diplomatic School of Brussels. He is an Expert and Researcher in Energy Security, Energy Governance, Policy Analysis, Gender Issues & the economic empowerment of women, and Sustainable Development. He has profound interest in International Relations and Political Science. He co-organized and audited the course on Contemporary Energy Security: Models, Markets & Strategies at the University of Kent in Brussels. He has a multidisciplinary academic background, and obtained a PhD in Political Science from the VUB in Brussels, an MA in Governance & Development Policy, and the Master of Arts in International Politics from the ULB-Diplomatic School of Brussels. He also holds a DESS in Logistics & Mobility Management from the Catholic University of Leuven, an MA in Commonwealth Studies (University of Yaounde I), a Certificate in Strategic Negotiations, and a Certificate in Management from the University of Namur in Belgium, among other qualifications. He has a number of scientific publications and has had his papers read in conferences around Europe. He has supervised several Master Dissertations written and successfully defended by participants of the MA of Governance and Development Policy & the MA of International Politics and evaluated several Seminar Memos at the ULB-Diplomatic School of Brussels.