Meet Our Team

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Shari L. O. Raji, CEO &  Co-Founder

Shari L. O. Raji is a graduate of The National University of Malaysia with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree (with honors).  A mechanical engineer with a passion for writing, Ms. Raji is also a social justice advocate. She is passionate about equal opportunities and rights for all irrespective of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation or political affiliation. She believes that a world where people are provided with platforms and means by which they can better themselves is as close to utopia as we can get and therefore, she is continuously working towards making this a reality.

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Suma Massaley, COO & Co-founder

Suma is currently the Communications and Development Officer at the Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa. As a graduate of San Diego State University with a Bachelor’s degree in International Security and Conflict Resolution, Suma is passionate about women’s issues in Liberia and the world at large. Motivated by social justice issues, Suma utilizes her voice to bring a consciousness of the matters surrounding inequality, sexism, and gender-based violence in Liberia. Upon earning an international law degree, Suma dreams to start a law firm to defend marginalized women in Liberia.

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Joshua S. Kulah, Editor in Chief

Joshua is a lawyer who does legal and organizational consultancy. He attained his Juris Doctorate degree in International Law (Business and Human Rights) from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School in Georgia, USA. Joshua is passionate about the leadership development and capacity building of sub-Saharan Africa’s young people, social justice, and gender advocacy. Atty. Kulah is also a graduate of Asbury University (Political Science and International Affair, with minor in French). Joshua spends most of his free time volunteering with grass-root “

Lolee Paegar, Chief Finance Officer

Lolee is currently a 4th year Commerce student, with a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies at Mount Allison University. She is a firm believer of granting equal opportunities to every individual, regardless of their physical or mental ability. This is why she has made it her mission to advocate for the rights of people with disability as well as every marginalized group within the Liberian society.