Kokomon Clottey was born to the Ga-Adagbe tribe in Accra, the capital of Ghana in West Africa. The Ga society is rich with ancient codes of conduct, deep spiritual beliefs, and awesome rituals of power.
Kokomon is an interpreter of this Indigenous African tribe's wisdom and rituals. Kokomon is a storyteller, record producer, author, and teacher. He has produced two compact disks - Love is the Answer and Mystic Vision. He also co-produced The Journey. Together with his wife Aeeshah, he is the co-author of Beyond Fear: Twelve Spiritual Keys to Racial Healing (Tiburon, CA: HJ Kramer, 1998.)
He contributed to Imagine What America Could be in the Twenty-First Century: Visions of a Better Future from Leading American Thinkers (Emmaus, PA: Rodale, 2000) and is the author of Mindful Drumming: Ancient Wisdom for Unleashing the Human Spirit and Building Community (2004).
Kokomon is a visiting professor at the University of Creation Spirituality in Oakland California and the co-founder of the Attitudinal Healing Connection Inc., in Oakland, California. He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Attitudinal Healing Connection in Oakland, California. He also co-founded an Attitudinal Healing Center in Ghana, West Africa.