meet the pypS

Since 2009, PYPP has recruited, selected and placed over 120 young Liberians from across the country to work in the government. Learn more about their stories and experiences below.

pyps by the numbers

For nearly a decade, the program has recruited, selected, trained, and placed over 120+ young Liberian leaders in the program’s first seven classes with 22 additional fellows recently recruited for Class VIII in early 2018. The program has achieved near gender parity at 44% female and 56% male, with representation from all of of Liberia’s 15 counties. 90% continue to strengthen the capacity of more than 25 ministries and agencies of the Government of Liberia today. 

PYPs' Counties of Origin


PYPs' Gender Breakdown

PYPs Academic Background


Current fellows

Meet the members of PYPP Class VII. 

  • Samuel G. Paye
  • Jamaima Kollie
  • Gerald Haynor
  • Adolphus Momoh, Jr.
  • Michari G. Tomah
  • Edwin Gadara Myers
  • Miator Vululeh
  • Mildred M. Silikpoh
  • Rosalyn J. Flomo
  • Moses Ziah II
  • Paular S. Paul
  • Christine T. Dono
  • Joseph Blawah
  • Maude A. Saye
  • Alfred T. Jellue
  • Gloria K. Zayzay
  • Pauline J. Mulbah
  • Lucia M. Bawo
  • Franklin Gonpue
  • Edward Sumo

We're pleased to introduce the following young leaders as the members of PYPP Class VIII.

  • Francia T. Wayne
  • Anderson Flomo
  • Alexander Ireland
  • Paul Y. S. Quiminee
  • Targen P. Daye
  • Matthew Kolleh
  • Rhoda E. King
  • Emmanuel Dwalu
  • S. Caspar Tarty
  • Princess B. Kowo
  • Kumba Zotaa
  • Abel P. Bembo
  • Immanuel B. K. Freeman
  • Miatta Kiadii
  • Seta A. Barry, II.
  • Elizabeth M. Horton
  • Tarlicee Walawulu
  • Alex F. Flomo
  • Mabintu Mansaray
  • Roundelle A. Clarke
  • Faith Siakor
  • Othreniel A. Forte