Mr. Sahr Junior Saffa Bangai
Sahr Junior Saffa Bangai is Sierra Leonean American was born on October 23, 1980 in Kono District, Eastern Province. Nimikoro Chiefdom, in the village of Ngayia by the later Chief Tamba Teteh Bangai and Kumba Theresa Bangai.
To transform the minds set of youths of Sierra Leone through education, promoting self-reliance and building self-determination among the youths.
Mrs. Nyahanga Jalloh
Youth Empowerment Director
Nyahanga Jalloh née Stephens is from Sembehun, Moyamba District. She was born and raised in Freetown, Sierra Leone. My vision for Hope For Youths SL is to provide sustainable development systems that will build on the strength of our youths by educating, engaging, employing and creating healthier communities across the country.
Mrs. Yvonne B. (Ashwood) Bull
National Executive Director & Youth Health Director
Mrs. Yvonne B. (Ashwood) Bull was born and raised in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Mrs. Bull serves as the National Executive Director based in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Mrs. Bull strongly believes that Hope For Youths-Sierra Leone will transform the lives of the prepared and unprepared youths as responsibility citizens and transformative leaders of tomorrow. She is a strong advocate for healthy life style for all and passionate about gender equity issues.
Mr. Christopher Tucker
Christopher Tucker born in Waterloo September 30 1985. Mr. Tucker serves as the National Coordinator for Hope For Youths-SL. His vision for Hope for youth Sierra Leone is to make sure that all youths of Sierra Leone be self-employed. He aslo believes that the youths of Sierra Leone be the front-runners of national development. He appeals to youths to stay away from prostitution, violence, and drugs.
Mrs. Gloria Cole Bull
Youth Education Director
Mrs. Gloria Bull was born and raised in Freetown, Sierra Leone. For Mrs. Bull, Hope For Youths-Sierra Leone is the clarion call to change deeply rooted bad habits and practices. She wants youths to embody the Sierra Leone principles of unity, justice, liberty, and peace as innovative, transformative, and visionary leaders. She sees HFY-SL as the vehicle the youths need to take them to destination patriotism and productive citizens.
Dr. Prince Hycy Bull
CEO & Founder, Hope For Youths-Sierra Leone
Dr. Bull is the founder and CEO of Hope For Youths-Sierra Leone. Dr. Bull was born in Bo Town, Bo District, Kakua Chiefdom, on February 16, 1961. He is a strong social justice advocate for the people of Sierra Leone. Through his YouTube Channel, “True Say, Tok Me,” Dr. Bull has addressed critical political, social, educational, and economic issues facing the people of Sierra Leone. Dr. Bull is a passionate supporter of youth development and literacy to build the next generation of prepared Sierra Leonean citizens. He has supported several education projects in Sierra Leone dedicated to elementary, secondary, and special education. Dr. Bull served three terms as the President of the Sierra Leone Triangle Association in North Carolina. Currently, Dr. Bull is a full-professor and the Dean of the Gardner-Webb University School of Education in Boiling Springs, North Carolina.
Mrs. Sia Dabor
Youth Empowerment Director
Mrs. Dabor was born in Nongowa Chiefdom, Kenema District. She was raised in Koidu Town, Kono District. Mrs. Daboh sees Hope for Youths-Sierra Leone organization as the vehicle to empower the Sierra Leonean youths and help them grow into successful and responsible adults and leaders.
Mr. Derrick Lewis
Place of birth: Freetown Central One, Sierra Leone
My vision for Hope For Youths Sierra Leone organization is to help develop a plan of action for the youths and provide moral, financial and educational support towards their development. I want to help them to contribute in positive ways to the country and give them hope for the present and future. I wan to help them to stay away from drugs, prostitution, criminal activities and anything that will destroy them, their communities and the country at large.
Mrs. Yvette Bruno-Gaston
Youth Health Director
Mrs. Yvette Bruno-Gaston is a native of Waterloo Village, Western Rural. Mrs. Bruno-Gaston sees HFY-SL as the organization to promote self-determination, self-sufficiency, pride, respect, motivation, enlightenment, gender equality, leadership awareness, and empowerment for all Sierra Leone youths.