Kennedy Berrian

Program Manager. With over 10 years of experience in the non-profit sector and a background in Liberia’s post-conflict education sector, Kennedy has built a reputation for grass-roots development work with youth, women, and people living with disabilities in Liberia. He holds a BSc in Economics from the University of Liberia, and is trained in research, peacebuilding, education and development work. His hobbies are researching and reading family histories, reflecting on different cultures, and watching a game of soccer.

Deimah Kpar-Kyne McCrownsey

Gender & Social Inclusion Manager. Deimah has been working in research and peacebuilding since 2013. Since then, she’s managed to build her competences in many aspects of our work, fulfilling positions ranging from Research Assistant, M&E Officer, Training Facilitator and Project Officer to her current position. In her spare time she loves to see the fruits of her labor in her backyard gardening and poultry raising.

James ‘Jimmy’ Suah Shilue

Executive Director. James, or ‘Jimmy’ as he’s known throughout Liberia, took it upon himself to work on building sustainable peace in Liberia. After years of experience with large international organisations in different senior positions, he managed to turn a UN / Interpeace collaboration into a self-sustaining peacebuilding NGO. Since then P4DP has become one of Liberia’s most effective and renowned peacebuilders, working with both government, (local) partners, and international donors.

Jackson W. Speare

National Consultant. Jackson brings nearly two decades of experience to P4DP. During his career he’s worked on topics ranging from human rights advocacy, peacebuilding and conflict resolution, and natural resource management. Moreover, he is specialised in the Mano-river subregion conflict, and an expert community mobiliser.

Romeo Soko

Logistics Officer. With a BBA in Management from the University of Liberia, Romeo has always made an effort to help people in need and work for the betterment of Liberian society. Naturally, this is also how he became involved with P4DP.

Charlesetta M. Collins

Project Officer Charlesetta holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the United Methodist University. A single mother working hard to become a seasoned researcher, she’ll always make time for a passionate inter-religious discussion, and in her spare time loves to cook.

Vlandy Freeman

Finance Manager. Vlandy is in charge of our numbers. With an MBA in Accounting, he focusses on results and along the way pays excellent attention to detail. There’s nothing he enjoys more than being part of a productive team, and he thrives in high-pressure and challenging working environments. His motto? “Losers make excuses, winners make progress.”

Bendu B. K. Davis

Administration & Finance Officer. Bendu was born in Lofa County. She is happily married, holds a BBA degree in Management from the University of Liberia, and loves to read.

Tim Wilson Gaye

National Consultant. Tim is a development specialist with over 18 years of experience in Liberia. Throughout his career he’s worked with development agencies and academic and government institutions such as IOM and donors such as UNDP, The Carter Center and USAID. He’s also worked at the Tubman University, and the Ministry of Education. He holds an MBA in Finance from Cuttington University, and a BA in Economics and Sociology from the University of Ghana in Accra.

Alfreda M. Garswah

Monitoring & Evaluation Assistent. Alfreda started with P4DP as an intern, and quickly became an integral part of the team. She obtained a BBA in Accounting and Management from the University of Liberia, and a Computer-Certificate from STARZ Institution of Technology. Some of her hobbies are singing and cooking.

Prince T. Glaygbo

Office Assistant. Prince is responsible for overall coordination of the office. The broad range of activities he undertakes at P4DP allow the organisation to run smoothly. In short, our “go-to-guy” works tirelessly to make sure the office has everything it needs.

Dorothy Shanpoh Quiwea

Regional Coordinator. Dorothy is regional coordinator of our Grand Gedeh office. She has degrees in Public Health from the Grand Gedeh County Community College and Tubman Wilson Wilson Institute. Moreover, she’s obtained certificates from DEN-L in Development Education and Leadership Teams in Action, and Advocacy Training from NDI. She’s also a proud mother of five.