Ambulah has led reforms, conducted impact analyses, designed and managed development programs, and taken care of relationships with multi-level stakeholders. He has worked in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
He is well-versed in designing and managing agricultural transformation and emergency food supply programs, having managed multi-million dollars projects financed by USAID and agriculture for nutrition projects financed by UN’s Food and Agricultural Organization.
Before switching to international development in agricultural and food systems, he worked as a commercial banking manager for First International Bank Liberia (FIBANK) and as an impact investment fellow at Kirchner Impact Foundation, Alabama, USA.
He helped FIBANK grow its portfolio and profits by strengthening its relationships with large commercial clients and helped expand Kirchner Foundation’s investment program among small- & medium-sized agribusinesses in Africa.
He lives in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA, with his wife Fatumata Juah Bah-Mamey.