Ambulah Mamey

2018/2019 Kirchner Food Fellow

Ambulah is currently a graduate student at the American University’s School of International Services (SIS) where he is pursuing MS Degree in Development Management. His concentration is in Agricultural Development and the Environment. Ambulah also earned a BSc. degree in Economics, and certificates in Banking Operations, Journalism, and Public relations.

Ambulah has worked extensively in Liberia, spanning over 8 years in both the public and private sectors. Before joining SIS, he worked with the National Oil Company of Liberia and its partners (ExxonMobil, and TGS NOPEC) on Corporate Social Relations programs that among other things, trained and empowered at-risk women and youths in food crops production, animal husbandry and entrepreneurship. He previously served as a Manager in the Commercial Bank Department of First International Bank Liberia Limited, which is now GN Bank. His interest in agriculture is driven by his conviction that the sector embodies huge potentials to end acute global poverty. Ambulah is a native of Gbarpolu County, Liberia.