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Who we are

The Sierra Leone National Committee comprises of volunteers who are Sierra Leonean graduates from various UWCs, freely giving time, skills and energy to the UWC program. These are a group of scholars and professionals who are spreading the ideals of the UWC through education, fundraising, research and social activism.

The Board of the United World College NC comprises of the following: 

Alhaji Jalloh

Alhaji attended Middlebury College in the United States and holds a master’s degree in Computer Information Systems. He is currently a Senior Data Engineer and Architect for the University of Texas at Austin. He has been the committee's IT Chair for several years.

Charmaine Denison-George

Charmaine graduated from Wartburg College in the United States with a degree in Business Administration. She is one of the newest team members. She looks forward to supporting the team with its communication needs.

Mariama Jabati

Mariama is currently enrolled in a masters program in the United States. She is interested in healthcare, specifically drug discovery & development. She is currently a mentor for new UWC SL students.

Dinsie Williams 

Dinsie enjoys using her background in biomedical design engineering and health services and policy research to help international NGOs improve healthcare programs in Sierra Leone. She spends time mentoring and being a champion for current and past UWC SL students.

Gerald Wilson

Gerald is an entrepreneur with interest in innovation management and product development. He volunteers as a leadership coach and workshop facilitator at the University of Illinois where he also serves as an entrepreneur-in-residence. He is our finance chair.

Leonard Gordon 

Leonard graduated from Berea College in the United States and went on to complete graduate studies at the University of Kentucky. He currently serves as the Fundraising Chair.

Osman Bah

Osman specializes in strategy & operations in the software technology industry. He helped to start and continues to support the Ngoyeaa Back to School Foundation, an education non-profit organization. He is our Admissions Chair.

Musa Bernard Komeh 

Musa is the Chair of the Committee. He attended Skidmore College in the United States then went on to complete a Masters degree at the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda.