Satta Monah Sedi-Johnson
Community Outreach Coordinator -BackBush Children Education Association a 501c (3) organization registered in the state of North Carolina whose mission is to provide free elementary education to less fortunate kids in the own township of Arthington, Montserrado county with the vision of extending to at least five (5) counties with the next ten(10) years.
Ms. Sedi Johnson is currently serving as Volunteer Ambassador for the International Advisory Committee in the City of Greensboro North Carolina; the purpose of the IAC is to study and report to the Human Right Council of the city on barriers concerning the members of their specific national origins and to provide information and education on customs and practices to the IAC community representatives to be shared with the respective communities.
She joined advocating for women and girls at a very early age, presenter of a radio talk show “Gender Matters” a platform addressing issues that affect women and girls in Liberia. The show also highlights the role of permanent Liberian women in society a time which aired on Star Radio from 2009 -2011. This program was produced and presented by Obaa’s Girls Educational Outreached and sponsored by UNFPA under the auspices of veteran musical icon former Maternal Health Ambassador Miatta Fahnbulleh.
In 2009, she was privileged to work with the International Women’s Colloquium secretariat as a volunteer on the communication team creating community awareness on the importance of the colloquium encouraging grassroots women to participate. The event brought together hundreds of women from around the world in Liberia, women of Liberia ultimately used the event as an opportunity to strategize on how to increase women’s presence in government.
Ms. Sedi- Johnson is highly personable with over six years of experience of administrative professionals in customer relations and administrative services within the traveld and government sectors. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from the African Methodist Episcopal University and holds serval certificates in Leadership, women political leadership, Women in post-conflict media amongst others. She said by raising her voice for fair treatment for women and girls you can spread awareness and break down barriers speaking out and supporting our Liberian women and girls against all forms of violence is essential.