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Ambulah Mamey
Program Director

Who is Ambulah Mamey?

Ambulah Mamey is an enterprise and impact-driven development practitioner. He has led reforms, conducted impact analysis, designed, and managed development programs, and multi-level stakeholders relationships within the public, private, and non-profit sectors. He is well-versed in designing and managing evidenced-based agricultural transformation and emergency food security interventions and has led the management of multi-million dollars food security projects financed by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Agriculture for Nutrition projects financed by the Food and Agricultural Organization of United Nations in Africa, South America, and the Caribbean. Before directing his career exclusively to international development- specifically agricultural development and food system transformation, Ambulah worked in the private sector as Manager for Commercial Banking for the First International Bank Liberia Limited (FIBANK) and as Impact Investment Fellow with the Kirchner Impact Foundation based in Alabama, USA.


He helped FIBANK increase its portfolio and profits by increasing and strengthening the bank’s relationships with large commercial clients and helped expand the Kirchner Foundation’s investment program among small and medium-sized agribusinesses in Africa. Ambulah brings to COKI his rich knowledge and experience in program design and management, stakeholders management, and institutional development and will support the organizations in these critical areas. He is educated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a master’s degree in Development Management (Agricultural Development Concentration). He currently lives in Silver Spring, Maryland-USA with his wife Fatumata Juah Bah-Mamey.