Ms. Charlesetta Williams is a licensed social worker. She holds a Masters Degree and serves as CEO of HealthPage Liberia Inc, an NGO that is dedicated to airlifting vulnerable children from Liberia to receive medical services in various countries. To date, Ms. Williams has helped to save the lives of many burn victims, kids with serious deformities and rectal illnesses. Ms. Williams has also run a group home for abandoned children as well as an educational program for children with a host of special needs.
Rev. Dr. Samuel Reeves is an inspiring man with a hope-filled vision of faith,a powerful community leader, a theological scholar, and a transformational pastor. He is also a family man and Senior Pastor of Providence Baptist Church, where he’s been serving for the past 12 years. His outreach ministries ring preferential treatment for the poor, the vulnerable, and hurting. His ministries feed over 500 people. Dr. Reeves has built the DeVos Village, comprising of a medical center, high school, an IT Center, a water company, a farm, and housing units, located in Bo-Waterside.
Clemencian Tor is an international dancer and choreographer from Liberian descent. Her parents moved to California from Liberia while pregnant with her, where she had her first taste of performing with Sierre Leone artist by the name of Bosco Banks. It wasn’t until she moved to Atlanta Georgia when she started her technical training at the age of 15 in ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical, and hip hop. Her professional career began at Gotta Dance Studio in Atlanta in 2008 where she learned from greats such as Cici Kelley, Quincy Lamar, Sean Bankhead, and Rikki McKinney, just to name a few. She is currently traveling and touring the world teaching Afrobeats and dancing background dancing for artists such as the king of Soca Machel Montano. She is also currently the choreographer for Nigerian artist Marenikae. Other interests include photography, modeling, make up artistry. After much accomplishments, she looks forward to coming back to her family’s home country of Liberia and giving back to this amazing country through her gift of dance.
Dr. Clarice Ford-Kulah is a college professor, producer, performing arts director, dancer, writer. Dr. Kulah holds a Masters Degree in Education and a Doctorate Degree in Curriculum and Instruction and is extremely well versed in the arts. She owns a school of her own in the United States, serves as a college professor at a local Georgia college, teaches dance, writes and produces films. Dr. Kulah also trains teachers and is an advocate for children both in Liberia and the United States.
Van Vicker is one of Africa’s hottest actors. This award winning actor/director has received formal training at the New York Film Academy. Van has served as the UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador to Ghana, a Globacom ambassador and a former icon for Belaqua in Ghana. He is also the Founder/CEO of the Van Vicker Foundation, which is dedicated to cultivating the minds of young children and providing aid to the underprivileged. Van has been featured in over 100 films, produced and directed at 6 of them and is the owner and CEO of Sky+Orange Production, a film company dedicated to telling award winning stories.
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