Jonathan M Clarke studies International Business and Trade at the African Leadership University, Rwanda, and is the current Accountant & Administrative Assistant at SMART Liberia. He is also the Executive Director & Co-founder of the Students & Youth Tourism Organization International -Liberia. Growing up in Liberia, Jonathan has always had an interest in being a positive contribution to his community. Jonathan is driven by a broad sense of urgency to be the change he wants to see in Liberia and the world.
Randell lives and works in Liberia. In a quest to give back to Liberia, Randell relocated from the U.S to Liberia in 2015. Randell earned a Masters in Higher Education and Leadership from Northeastern University. She is an educator by profession and a passionate storyteller online. Randell firmly believes we can change Africa’s narrative by what we portray of the continent online; we can tell our own stories. She knows building nations comes through strengthening the minds of people and hopes her work is a testament to that fact someday.
Satta F. Sheriff is a Child Rights Advocate, the Executive Director of Youth in Action for Peace and Empowerment (YAPE). In 2017, she was awarded as one of the most impacting young females leaders in Africa. In 2016, Satta was recognized as the Most Influential Teenager in Liberia. Satta is also the former Speaker of the Liberian Children’s Parliament and Co-Founder of the Joint Action Committee on Children.
Levi is the Executive Assistant to the Minister of Public Works in Liberia. He studies Public Administration and Economics at the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU). As a youth advocate and entrepreneur, Levi is the Co-founder and CEO of Liberia Events and Marketing Services (LEMS) located in Paynesville, Liberia. He is also a certificated Peace Building and Election Monitor as well as Project Manager.
Ansumana Konneh is an afro- optimist and a Pan- Africanist with a deep passion for the teachings of Edward Wilmot Blyden, the Honorable Marcus Garvey, and Africa’s foremost independence fighter- Kwame Nkrumah. He studies Global Challenges (Governance) at the African Leadership, Rwanda and believes in a society of equal opportunities. He’s the Head of Secretariat of Kupambana Africa, a movement that seeks to provide Pan-African enlightenment in the context of a pure African consciousness building education to young future leaders of Africa at the African Leadership University and other institutions of learning in Africa.