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Bolumani Sondah ’16

Master of Education

Occupation: Director of Education for two high schools, two middle schools, and an elementary school in Liberia.

Bolumani from Liberia grew up in a Christian family and was led to Christ at a young age by his dad during one of their regular morning devotions. Since then, God has led him to play some significant roles as a mentor to students to many young men in education and the church.

He currently resides in Liberia, where he is a director of education for two of the largest high schools, two middle schools, and an elementary school. He began serving in this position since he returned home from the U.S. upon his graduation from NGU.

Bolumani also functions as a literacy trainer and coach for one of the best literacy programs in Liberia. He provides voluntary service as a lecturer in the Department of Religious Education at a local college. He is a published author whose work is cited in an upcoming book on school leadership during troubling times.

Bolumani has a passion for table tennis/ping-pong and soccer. He was the ping-pong team captain for the university he attended in Liberia and is undefeated during all the ping-pong duels at NGU’s Tigerville Campus. He feels as though he was NGU’s authentic champion.

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