Rev. Bang Akuei Nyuol works for South Sudan Council of Churches as a regional facilitator for greater Bahr el Ghazal region. He has a vast experience of 20 years in various field of conflict management, peace-building, and communities’ dialogues across the region and particularly among the conflicting communities with Moto working for peace restoring human dignity.
Mr. Philip Abiel Nyok is a professional and consultant in accounting and finance, he holds a Master Degree in Finance Management (MFM) in University of Mysore, India. Currently he serves as a principal of St. John’s College-Wau, Episcopal University, lecturer and head of department of Accounting and finance at the University of Bahr el Ghazal-Wau.
Mrs. Clarice Achieng Mamer, holds a Bachelor’ of Arts in Development Studies (focusing on NGO management) at Cavendish University, Uganda. She is a humanitarian worker with an immense experience of more ten year in various fields including human resources management, accounting and finance. She is currently working as a Human Resources Manager at Malaria Consortium, South Sudan.
Mrs. Regina Ateny Ayuel, works for African Leadership and Reconciliation Ministries (ALARM South Sudan) as women programme coordinator, working to empower women in Bahr el Ghazal region. She holds a Bachelor of Divinity at St. Paul University, Limuru, Kenya. She worked with various organizations and institutions in South Sudan.
Mrs. Linda Michael Amaj is a lawyer professionally, works as an advocate and human rights defenders for more than 5 years. She is a member of Bar association in Western Bahr el Ghazal State. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Law at Al Neelain University, Khartoum Sudan.
Bishop Abraham Yel Nhial, serves as a Bishop of Aweil Diocese of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan. He holds Bachelor and Masters in Theology. Bishop Nhial is one of the few Lost Boys of Sudan who have resettled in the United States and then chose to return to now South Sudan. He is referred to as the spiritual leader who is commit to work in horrible situation, and outstanding achievements for the southern Sudanese. He speaks at colleges, schools, churches, and community-conscious groups around the USA and South Sudan.
Mr. Yohanna Augustino is a young professional and technical South Sudanese, who a holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Administration from the University of Juba. He serves as humanitarian and social activist in South Sudan for more than 8 years both national and International nongovernmental organizations where he abstained an excellent experience and expertise in humanitarian, youth, women development and civil society fields. He is also a national consultant who facilitated consultancy services for United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Inclusive Education and Empowerment Initiative (IEDI), and Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horns of African (SIHA Network).