State Exchange Alumni of Liberia (SEAL)

SEAL is the umbrella organization of all States Exchange Fellows in Liberia. It membership is drawn from all State Exchange Programs. SEAL

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Leadership

We help ourselves and others to do the right things. we set the direction, build an inspiring vision, and create something new.

  • Creates an inspiring vision of the future.
  • We motivate and inspire people.
  • Manages delivery of the vision.
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Innovation

We grow the culture of innovation, not just hiring a few creative outliers. We help others to think differently and work in new ways to face challenges.

  • Collaborative inquiry
  • Crafting
  • Serious play
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Integrity

We develop a culture of integrity around you, work on building your self-confidence and self-esteem and develop relationships with others who live with integrity.

  • Adherence to moral and ethical.
  • The state of being whole, undiminished.
  • Sound, unimpaired or perfect condition.

About Us

SEAL is the umbrella organization of all United States exchange fellows in Liberia. It is a professional networking organization that is made of fellows drawn from all works of life; ranging from politics to business, law, administration human resource management, agriculture, advocacy, research, consultants among others. Its membership stretch across all United States sponsored programs in Liberia to include the prestigious Mandela Washington Fellowship (MWF),

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Current Leadership

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James K. Mulbah

President

James K. Mulbah is a 2014 Mandela Washington Fellow who also served on the Regional Advisory Board of West Africa of the Mandela Washington Fellowship. He served as a member of the United States Ambassador to Liberia (Deborah R. Malac) Council of Youth Advisors. James is a 2015 Tony Elumelu Fellow, and a 2016 Richard Branson Scholar. James Mulbah is the CEO of Green Cities Inc. and funder of Agro-Green Liberia and Computer for Schools Liberia.

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Facia B. Harris

Vice President

Facia B. Harris is an African Feminist and Humanist. She is a public servant currently working as Director for Outreach and Sensitization at the Independent Information Commission in Liberia. She is a Journalist and a Law school student

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Roland S. Kamara

Secretary General

Roland S. Kamara is a development professional, an educator and social reformer . He is the founder and executive Director of the Atlantic Vocational Training Institute.

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Abraham B. Sillah

Assistant Secretary General

Abrahim Boimah Sillah is a youth and student advocate and a 2018 Global Peace International Ambassador for robustly campaigning for women and girls Rights in Liberia and Africa at large. He is the founder and Executive Director for Youth Action Network International, nonprofitable and non-governmental organization based in Liberia.

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Amos M. Lavalah

Financial Secretary

Amos Mulbah Lavalah participated as " an Entrepreneur" International Visitor Leadership ( IVLP) in 2013. He ran for Representative in District# 3 Montserrado in 2017 presidential election. Presently he is the Financial Secretary of State Exchange Alumni of Liberia.

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Miatta B. Tarpeh

Treasurer

Miatta B. Tarpeh is the founder and Executive Director of LEEMAH an organization which focuses on advocating and empowering girls who are sex workers across Liberia (Kakata, Monrovia and other Counties) to build their lives. Miatta is a 2017 Alumnus of the International Visitor Leadership Program USA and a 2015 Graduate of the kanthari Institute in Kerala India.

What We Do

Mentorship

We support young people in training and practice, and advocate for quality care for women. We provide professional careers and identify mentors who helped them along the way.

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Youth Entrepreneurship Development

We are passionate about encouraging and preparing youth to position themselves to become inventors, business owners, and leaders in Liberia and the global society.

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Advocacy

Our advocacy to end violence against women is closely linked with the elimination of discrimination, which in turn, is necessary to achieve full equality between men and women.

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Leadership Development

Leadership development begins with the mind. At SEAL we work with leaders to help create truly human leadership and people-center organizations to ultimately deliver extraordinary results.

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Volunteerism

One of the better-known benefits of our volunteering services is the impact on our community. The unpaid volunteering services we provide are often the glue that holds our community together.

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Innovation

Our creativity and innovation aim to empower young people with pragmatic tools and techniques to enhance creative thinking and innovation in their organizations and communities to obtain superior results.

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State Exchange Programs

Alumni Opportunity News Portal

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Teach For Liberia Fellowship Applications Open

Application April 03, 2020

Teach for Liberia addresses the educational crisis in Liberia by recruiting passionate college graduates and professionals up to 40 years old and providing them with tailored, high-quality training for placement in rural and urban primary schools for two years. Fellows gain professional training and support while they expand opportunities for students in the highest-need schools.

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SEAL Donates Sanitary Materials to Central Prison

Giving back to the community April 20, 2020

In an efforts to create a conducive sanitary environment at the Monrovia Central Prison, the State Exchange Alumni of Liberia (SEAL) has donated several sanitary items to the Central Prison. The items include nose masks, hand sanitizers, tissue and hundred bags of mineral water.

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Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund 2020

Application Feb 19, 2020

The Embassy of the United States in Monrovia, Liberia announces a competition for past participants (“alumni”) of U.S. government-funded programs to submit applications for the Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund (AEIF 2020).

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Contact Us

Contact Form

Address

8th St, Sinkor Monrovia, Liberia. West, Africa

Phone

+231 770-182-483 | +231 776-799-786

Email Address

info@sealiberia.org | statesexchange@gmail.com

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