Our People

ERIC OBENG-AMOAKO EDMONDS
PRINCIPAL
Eric has worked in business and project development roles in the oil and gas industry, as well as product development for global media and management firms. His principal agenda and vision are in making Knightbridge into an independent platform with engaging programs to promote global education, not a hands-off charity organization. 


JULLIET B. EDMONDS
ADVISORY - EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Julliet is committed to the vision that every effort goes  - regardless of how significant - goes a long way to impact the young minds, and help develop a genuine desire to learn. By this, the Knightbridge Project continues to create blueprints for future generations and add value to an educated global society.
She brings years of experience working with the American Bar Association and organizations in the United States, Liberia, Uganda, Israel and Palestine to expand their philanthropic impact.


EDDU OPARE ADDOH
ADVISORY - PROJECT OPERATIONS
Eddu has a passion to share the opportunities that life has afforded him, and does so through developing an extensive network and business relationships. Over the last several years, his professional experience in the strategy development process and executing projects on the ground continues to be an invaluable asset to the Knightbridge Project initiative.


PRATT ROBINSON
ADVISORY - EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
Pratt works with new project ideas and developing local programs. His international knowledge and insight add unique perspectives to projects. In this role, he brings a wealth of experience from his professional expertise across a variety of industries. The vision of Knightbridge Project is what he had always wanted to be a part of, and has been instrumental in building international partners since joining the program in 2008. 


FREDRICKA OKYERE
PROGRAM SUPPORT
Fredricka graduated from Central University in Ghana, and through her career had been incredibly passionate about working with school-aged children in underserved communities. In line with the Knightbridge Project's work, she is in charge of finding opportunities to assist needy students.


EFFU N. JOHNSON
PROGRAM SUPPORT
Effu is a graduate of the Univ. of Liberia - Luois Arthur Grimes School of Law in Monrovia, Liberia and Masters Degree from the UC-Santa Barbara, in California. She has worked in both Liberia and Sierra Leone to assist people from low-income backgrounds to support each other in reaching their educational goals.
Together with the Knightbridge team, she hopes our programs will help students acquire the essential knowledge, skills, and confidence they need to improve their lives – for themselves and for generations to come.




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