Samuel K. Johnson
Vice Chair- Administrative Services
Samuel Johnson is a social justice activist and a youth development practitioner. He has been involved in advocacy and been actively engaged in the politics of Liberia. He has served in several positions in various institutions, including but not limited to the spoke person for the Lofa Youth Parliament, Secretary-General for the Lofa Youth Parliament. Mr. Johnson has also served as the Vice-chair for Operation for the Minor River Youth Parliament, Spoke person for the Youth League District # 5, Montserrado County, CDC., and Vice-chair for administration for the Paynesville Youth Federation.
Mr. Johnson is presently the Vice-chair for operation and administrative services for the Grass-roots Alternative Movement (GAM) Liberia. He is a candidate for a Criminal Justice degree with an emphasis in Public Administration at the A.M.E Zion University. Mr. Johnson has always believed in the equitable distribution of the country's natural resources and has consistently fought for justice and economic freedom. He has been jailed several times for his stands on national issues and has always remained a staunch supporter of the establishment of a WAR and ECONOMIC CRIMES COURT in Liberia.