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WHO WE ARE

OUR TEAM IN LIBERIA

Esther Peter.

Esther Peter

BOARD PRESIDENT

Sophia Gonyon.

Sophia Gonyon

OUTREACH SPECIALIST

Elizabeth Kollie.

Elizabeth Kollie

VICE PRESIDENT

Helen Secke.

Helen Secke

BOARD SECRETARY

Gbarwoe Kollie.

Gbarwoe Kollie

CHAIRWOMAN

Martheline Bondo.

Martheline Bondo

ASSISTANT BOARD SECRETARY

OUR TEAM IN PITTSBURGH

Constance Mulbah.

Constance Mulbah

FOUNDER & PRESIDENT

About Constance Constance is a former Peace Corps volunteer with the passion to serve others. Her commitment to serving under-privileged and developing communities drives many of her life decisions. After working with multiple nonprofits and international development initiatives, it was clear that people—particularly women in rural parts of the world experience inequality as it relates to entrepreneur advancement.  Constance identified a massive gap in access to resources, education, investment opportunities for women in rural Liberia, and since then she has worked with her colleague to create Kpo’ma Women. Constance has a B. S in Public Health from Slippery Rock University and earned her MBA-Sustainable Business Practice Degree from Duquesne University.

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Sianneh Johnson

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Theresa Andrews.

Theresa Andrews

DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR

About Theresa Theresa has spent most of her career in education as a reading specialist and EAL instructor. She helped to establish a Family Literacy Program that supports refugees in the Pittsburgh area. Working with these families, she saw that when women thrive, their families and communities thrive. Kpo'ma Women was founded on the idea that helping women achieve economic success will bring about positive changes in families and communities. ​ She received her Elementary Education and Reading Specialist Certification from the University of Pittsburgh. She completed her Masters in Applied Linguistics at West Virginia University.

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Cheryl Taylor

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About Cheryl Cheryl grew up in rural West Virginia and has a deep-rooted belief in the transformative power of education. After completing her undergraduate studies, she earned a Master's Degree in Educational Technology. Cheryl gravitates towards issues of gender equality and social justice. As a women’s studies instructor, she developed and taught courses that challenge conventional perspectives and empowered students to explore the complexities of gender dynamics in society. Outside of academia, Cheryl’s commitment to community development led her to become actively involved in organizations like 4H which further solidified her belief in the transformative power of education and mentorship. She continues to inspire those around her to dream big and challenge the status quo.

Jocelyn Lombera.

Jocelyn Lombera

SOCIAL MEDIA SPECIALIST

About Jocelyn Jocelyn is a Mexican-American first generation college grad and received her bachelor’s in sociology with high honors from UC Berkeley. Throughout college, she volunteered and interned at nonprofits. This includes being a Community Outreach Intern at Street Level Health Project in Oakland where she talked to day laborers about community resources for immigrants. She also created and led the We for She Club in college to create space for women to speak about their life experiences, connect with peers and coordinate workshops for Women's History Month.

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