James Alben Greaves

James Alben Greaves has over four years of experience in youth development and child justice advocacy. Currently, he is the Coordinator of the Juvenile Diversion program and chair on the Independent Accreditation Committee of Orphanages in Liberia where he identifies specially designed programs for juveniles who come in conflict with the law and are ordered into diversion.

James Alben Greaves

Mahamadou Diakite

Mahamadou Diakite is experienced in ICT and has worked in the industry of software development for five years. He currently serves as CT Officer for the USAID/OTI program that is implemented by AECOM International Development. The objective of the program is to build peace and reconciliation in Mali and Mahamadou is responsible for the ICT infrastructure of the program and the use of technology to promote program activities. He believes that all Malians should have access to a good quality education and is active in working with youth organizations  to  promote  peace  in  Mali.

Mali

Alassane Abdoulaye Dia

Alassane Abdoulaye Dia has five years of experience serving as an Assistant English language Instructor for the Université Gaston Berger in Senegal. He served as Secretary General and President of the university’s English Club and also founder and Coordinator of the African Studies Group. Alassane was was an exchange in South Korea where served as a tutor of English and French classes with the Sookmyung Women’s University. He is currently studying to receive his Ph. D from Université Gaston Berger.

Senegal

Lawrence Ezekiel Chuma

Lawrence Chuma has over eight years of experience working with civil society in the areas of human rights, governance, and leadership as well as advocating for policies that influence the well-being of youth, women, and marginalized groups. He has served as a youth representative to various national and international events, and engaged as a convener, facilitator, trainer and panelist.

Tanzania

Nthabiseng Mary Bohloa

Nthabiseng Bohloa is a Doctor at the Baylor College of Medicine in Lesotho. In this role she oversees the health of HIV infected mothers and children. She is a regular contributor to the HIV management training of other health workers in Lesotho. She has collaborated with consultants in RSA to introduce Telemedicine Lesotho. She received her medical degree from the University of Pretoria, South Africa and Bachelor of Science in Medical Science from the University of Natalin in South Africa.

Lesotho

Sani Dantuni Bello

Sani Bello has over eight years of experience serving as an investigator in cases related to human trafficking. He currently serves as the Director of Intelligence and International Cooperation at the National Agency for the Prohibition of Traffic in Persons (NAPTIP) where he is responsible for coordinating the collection, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence in Sokoto, Kebbi and Zamfara states, particularly as it relates to Trafficking in Persons (TIP).

Nigeria

Bilma Edney Bandeira Mandinga

Bilma Bandeira Mandinga has over six years of experience working in diplomacy and international relations. Currently, she is a Lawyer and Diplomat for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cooperation and Communities, where she focuses on elaborating the policy of economic diplomacy and designing and implementing legal advisory for the diplomatic and consular affairs.

Sao Tome & Principe

Amina Garuba Ahmed

Amina Garuba Ahmed has seven years of experience working as a public servant in the criminal justice and dispute resolution sector. She currently serves as Senior Magistrate and District Court Judge with the Bauchi State Judiciary. Amina holds several diplomas and certificates including a master’s of dispute resolution degree in Law from the University of New South Wales, a Bachelor of Law from the Nigerian Law School in Abuja, and an LLB from the University of Jos.

Nigeria

Gerald Kobobo Afadani

Gerald Kobobo Afadani has over five years of experience working with presiding magistrates and liaising with litigants and counsels in the administration of justice at the Court of First Instance Tikoas. He is a Member Delegate to the Joint Court Registry Administrative Board and Permanent Disciplinary Council where he participates in the career evaluation and management of over 2,000 colleagues. He also serves as the Chief of the Trade and Personal Property Rights Register where he is responsible for the study, verification, and registration of companies.

Gerald Kobobo Afadani

Gerald Kobobo Afadani

Gerald Kobobo Afadani has over five years of experience working with presiding magistrates and liaising with litigants and counsels in the administration of justice at the Court of First Instance Tikoas. He is a Member Delegate to the Joint Court Registry Administrative Board and Permanent Disciplinary Council where he participates in the career evaluation and management of over 2,000 colleagues. He also serves as the Chief of the Trade and Personal Property Rights Register where he is responsible for the study, verification, and registration of companies.

Gerald Kobobo Afadani

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