Board Members

Mr. Cammue Mulbah
Board Chair

Education:
Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Liberia
Plus variety of professional certificates in Proposal writing, Grants, and Financial Management

He is the Founder/Executive Director of a fast growing local non-governmental, not-for-profit organization known as Survivors Aid International Liberia (SAIL).

Schooled in in the humanitarian field, Mr. Mulbah has 15+ years of grassroots and community-based development programs, a highly motivated, passionate social worker; a socially responsible individual with passion in working with vulnerable and marginalized populations – one who believes in team work, majority inclusion in decision making and awards allocation for various team players.

Prior to the establishment of SAIL, Mr. Mulbah served as a panelist for the National Youth Manifesto on Agriculture organized by the National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections (NAYMOYE) during the 2017 General and Presidential Elections in Liberia including the National Elections Commission in 2017 as an Electoral supervisor. Before then, he worked as a Prosecuting Clerk with the Ministry of Justice 2014-2016 in Margibi County, Liberia. He also served in the position of Camp Manager in the PTP Refugee Camp for Ivorian Refugees managed by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). IN addition to that, he served as National UNV from 2008-2010 on the UNHCR Protection and Monitoring Project as National Data Officer;

Cllr. George N. King
Co-Chair

Education:
Master’s Candidate -Conflict Transformation Studies –+ Kofi Annan Institute, University of Lib
LLB in Law — Louis Arthur Grimes Schl of Law, University Lib, 2021
Professional Certificate — Conflict Transformation Studies, Kofi Annan Institute, UL
BSc in Development Studies — Cuttington University, 2003

Cllr. King has over 15 years working experiences with international Orgganizations including USAID sponsored programs (ACDI/VOCA, WINROCK INT’L, NRECA INT’L) as Community Organizer, and other local institutions as trainer and teacher.

Current Engagements:
– Notary Public
– Litigation Lawyer
– CEO, Center for Legal Aid Support Services

Mr. Weamie Z. Tahn
Board of Advisor


Education:
Master’s degree in Finance
bachelor’s degree in economics
Plus variety of professional certificates in Grants and Financial Management


Mr. Tahn is a developmental professional with over 10+ years of experience in leading projects, grants, and financial management functions for diverse international organizations.


He currently works for Partners in Health (PIH), which is an international social justice nonprofit that provides lifesaving healthcare to people who live in the global south. He serves as the Grants and Compliance Manager accompanying the Ministry of Health to improve the health system in Liberia for four years through managing over ten public sector grants. He promotes and ensures adherence to internal policies and donor regulations.


Mr. Tahn’s career began from diverse international organizations such that ranged from the Development Alternative Inc (DAI), Mercy Corps to the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) whereas, he held positions such as Senior Grants Officer, Subawards & Compliance Officer and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, respectively.
Mr. Tahn is passionate about mentoring and building the grants management capacities of nonprofit and civil society organizations so that their projects benefit historically marginalized communities. He has found his professional calling through training, developing and managing long-term impact-oriented projects.

Ms. Love S. Nagbe
Board of Treasury

Education:
Bachelor of Business degree in Accounting at the United Methodist University, Liberia
Plus variety of professional certificates in training and accountancy

Ms.Love has 5+ plus years of accountancy experience and she has also exibited a passion for excellent records as an accountant and Finance.

Prior to the attainment of this degree, Ms. Love was fortunate to have worked with USAID Sponsored programs as well as International Non-profit Organizations that range from Save the Children, Mercy Corps, and UNDP respectively as an Accountant and or, Finance Officer. In addition to the above, Ms. Love loves to work with children – building children’s capacities is her calling; she’s a team player who’s gifted with team-to-team strategic management and coordination.


Ms. Love’s current career objectives are to suport institutions and organizations to achieve their goals by implementing effective projects for communities in dire needs.