Morris Sheriff is a social entrepreneural computer technology business mentor with over 8 years of experience in the technological industry in Liberia and globally. Morris is the Founder/ Executive Director of the Young Professionals Development Program with oversee function of the administration, programs and strategic planning.
Fatumata Passawee has over 7 years of experience working in the community development field, and a current graduate student of the University of Liberia with focus on Master in Business Administration.
Ansu B. Sonii is a social entrepreneur with over (4) years of experience in administration, accountancy, Global Positioning System Technology, electronic devices, and youth development. He has demonstrated passion for good organization, and have a track record of using computer programs to enhance efficiency. His immediate career objective is to widen his administrative, accountancy, computer experience and Global Positioning System Technology in a larger organization that has a mission he believes in.
Abdullah R.M Fahnbullah is a master student at the University of Liberia, who has over 7 years of experience in economic and financial management.
Charles F Togbah has over 10 years of experience working in the development field, his work focuses on private and public sectors development. His work involves supporting sustainable agriculture, entrepreneurship, conservation, sustainable development, and best practices. Mr. Togbah has worked with several local and international organizations including the African Development, Adam Smith International GROW-Project, RTI International EHELD-Project, The National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections - NAYMOTE, President's Young Professional Program of Liberia, etc.
Emmanuel is the founder of Addline TV and Regional coordinator of YPDP Ghana Chapter. Emmanuel is also the Country coordinator for Education with Purpose.
Elizabeth Joekollie is a field reporter journalist with over several years of experience in journalizm. Elizabeth has a Bachelor of Art degree in Mass Communication from the Univeristy of Liberia.
Mariam Baby Kamara is a graduate from the Muslim Congress Class of 2017 in Monrovia. Mariam is a founder of the Read Foundation Liberia, where she serve as C.E.O and a youth advocator for the lessfortunate young people. Mariam is current study of the nursing field were she is working to served humanity.