Kwaku Boafoh Agyeman is a court attorney referee for the Kings County Supreme Court in the Second Judicial District of New York. He was selected to the post in 2008.
Agyeman earned an associate's degree in public relations and advertising from the Ghana Institute of Journalism in 1992. He spent the next several years working as an anchor, producer, and director for the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (1990 to 1996), Network Broadcasting (1996 to 1998) and A4 Productions (1998 to 2000).
He then completed a bachelor's degree in contemporary media and journalism from the University of South Dakota (2003) and a J.D. from the University of South Dakota School of Law (2006). Agyeman spent time as a legal intern for the Welfare Law and Disability Practice Division of the Legal Aid Society in the Bronx Neighborhood Office.
After graduating from law school, Agyeman began his legal career as a judicial law clerk for the Queens County Supreme Court. He worked in that capacity until 2007, at which time he entered into private practice as an attorney at O'Connor Redd.
His memberships have included the Association of Ghanaian Lawyers of America.