Emmanuel Asonganyi was born in Buea, Cameroon, but after graduating from Baptist High School Buea BHS, and few years in the University of Yaoundé, Cameroon he left his country to search for better opportunities. He arrived the U.S in 2005 and decided to pursue his academic desires, and in 2011 he graduated from Salem State University, MA, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry.

He has been a member of the America Chemical Society ACS, and during his last year as undergraduate in 2010, he and his lab mates came out with an alternative greener method for the preparation of Alkenes from Alcohol using clay. This greener and environmental friendly method was recognized by the ACS during its general seminal that was held on 2012 in San Diego, CA.

It takes special talent and wisdom to be so committed in voluntary and community activities which Mr. Asonganyi got this special skills from his traveling experiences to different countries of the world. He is serving as Director and Sectary of Boston Medical Services Ghana.
Prior to becoming a board and founding member of Boston Medical Service, Ghana, he spent his working hours in the U.S at the Dept of Health. He had work with Massachusetts State Dept of Mental Retarded, Jewish Rehab Center, on Alzheimer/dementia unit, and presently as an Assistant Administrator with T&N Reliable skilled Home Health Aide Agency, Boston MA.

In the past he had voluntee with other not for profit organizations such as Christine Cares International, assisting to raise funds to help under privileged communities in developing countries. His experience has made the people of his community of origin resident in MA, to elect him as chair of Board of Director of LECDA New England, a Not for profit Organization.