KEY-ACTION  NETWORK (KAN)

WORKING TOGTHER FOR A SAFER, STRONGER AND BETTER COMMUNITY

Rev. Kiadii Installing official of Liberian Community  in Kitchener,  Jan. 31, 2015
MEET Rev. Theophilus A. Kiadii, Our CEO/PRESIDENT

Theo, as he loves to be called, is co-founder and CEO of Key-Action Network and double as General Overseer of Abundant in Christ Outreach Mission (ALCOM)  in Liberia.      

 Having lived and experienced poverty, injustice, and torture, Theo's  greatest passion is to work for the good of society, give back to the community and help those undergoing the conditions he had experienced. He is compassionate humanitarian and advocate of justice and equality. He believes that everyone deserves the right to be given the opportunity to build and utilize their potential.  He is a public speaker with background in Theology, Business Administration, Human Resources Management, Marketing, and small Business and entrepreneurship. He holds Diplomas in marketing and general business, Advanced Diploma in Business Administration, and a Graduate certificate in Human Resources Management. He co-founded and chaired the organizing committee of the Federation of Liberian Associations in Canada. He also co-founded and currently serves as Chairman of the National Crusade for the Healing and Restoration of Liberia (NCHRL), a civic organisation working to help unit and rebuild the war and Ebola-affected West African Nation of Liberia. His exposure to the non- for-profit sector regulatory environment, the competitive business environment, and the academic training have equipped him with the skills set to lead our dynamics team to grow this young organisation as we strive to achieve our goals and objectives through working together for a safer, better, and stronger community.

He knows that while working harder, life should go on:  Theo loves playing check, watching basketball, Soccer, and Hokey games. He listens to music a lot especially Gospel music. It is not simple for him to miss his reading time and loves to walk long distances as well. 

 Theo also tries to give some words of wisdom. Here is one of his Quotes: “Until you do the right thing, the right way at the right time, you have not done your best, keep trying”. June 9, 2002.

 His Personal Theme: “Let’s Love and Care for One another”  

RAHIME KONNEH

   Country Director and Senior project Coordinator

 Rahime Konneh is a dynamic community activist and young strategic leader; a logical thinker, consensus builder and passionate humanitarian who understands the importance of education and the power of social change as a way forward to changing society and helping people overcome barriers. In Canada, Rahime pursued higher education and professional training, graduating with a double major in International Development Studies and Political Science, and currently pursuing a Certificate in Disability Case Management.

Rahime’s desire for social transformation and collective economic prosperity for all people has motivated him to work, support and share his experiences with marginalized groups, and other minority communities by working and volunteering with nonprofit groups as well as community based organizations, including the Refugee Advisory Council in Sierra Leone, West Africa; the United Nations Association in Canada (UNA Canada), Independent Living Resource Centre (ILRC-NL), Reachability, NS; the Concerned Liberian Association in the Diaspora NS; African Diaspora Association in the Maritime (ADAM); reachAbility

 

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John Luma, Chairman, Board of Director     

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