Liberia-The One Nimba House Media Inc which owns and operates Nimba D-9 TV including other businesses is pleased to present to you “The Personality of the week”. This is done weekly by following the activities of key policy driven personalities from community levels to the corporate sector one and all. You are selected based on your track records of helping to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) also known as the 17 Global Goals which are expected to be achieved by 2030. With the achievements of these 17 Global Goals, the world is going to be a saver place for all.

B. Elias Shoniyin

Please to meet Our Personality of the week and who he is and what he has been doing and still doing in helping to implement the 17 Global Goals kindly.

B. ELIAS SHONIYIN is the Managing Director/Managing Partner of

Africa Development Management Associates (ADMA) and he is also

Dean of the School of Global Affairs & Policy, Cuttington University

B. Elias Shoniyin is an international affair, development, policy professional, and former diplomat, with over 23 years in nonprofit and public service, in multiple senior positions where he made significant contributions to the post-war recovery and development of Liberia. His current roles as Managing Director/Managing Partner of Africa Development Management Associates (ADMA); and Dean of the School of Global Affairs & Policy, Cuttington University, are complemented by earlier portfolios, including World Fellow at Yale University, Principal Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Liberia in two successive administrations, Deputy Foreign Minister for International Economic Cooperation & Integration, Assistant Foreign Minister for International Cooperation & Economic Affairs, amongst others. Some particular highlights of these roles include his coordination of resource mobilization during Liberia’s Ebola outbreak from 2014-2016; supervision of the Liberia Foreign Service; and his advice in contextualizing Liberia’s post-conflict foreign policy. Elias’ leadership inspired strategic reforms in all spheres of Liberia’s Foreign Ministry and the diplomatic service of Liberia. He played a pivotal role in deepening Liberia’s post-conflict cooperation with friendly nations and exploring cooperation opportunities on new frontiers.

He is also Founder/CEO of the B. Elias Shoniyin Education Empowerment Foundation. For his outstanding work, Mr. Shoniyin has won many local and international recognitions and awards, including from the New York Legislative Assembly, New York Senate, New York City Council, Africa Caribbean Business Council in Washington, amongst many others.

Allow us to kindly congratulate “Our Personality of the Week” B. Elias Shoniyin for his many contributions in helping to implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030


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