Our People

ERIC OBENG-AMOAKO EDMONDS
Operations/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 is in making Knightbridge into an independent platform with engaging programs to promote global education, not a hands-off charity organization.
Eric has both energy and consulting experience, beginning his career in Global Product Development with the Associated Press in New York. He currently works for Water Standard Management, a Houston-based oil and gas services company. He has previously worked in media business operations at Houston PBS Channel 8, programming at Pacifica Radio, and with KBP Atlantic, advising on growth strategies, marketing, and business organizations. Eric holds an MBA from the University of Houston.

TERESA N. JOHNSON
Program Support
Teresa is in charge of new project ideas and developing local programs. Her international knowledge and insight adds unique perspectives to projects. In this role, she brings a wealth of experience from her professional expertise in major oil and gas corporations. The vision of Knightbridge Project is what she had always wanted to be a part of, and has been instrumental in building international partners since joining the program in 2008. She 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. Teresa Nicole Johnson currently resides in Austin, Texas.

FREDRICKA OKYERE
Program Support
Fredricka graduated from Central University in Ghana, and through her career had been incredibly passionate with working with school-aged children who lack basic supplies,- clothes, shoes, school bags, pens, pencils, etc. In line with the Knightbridge Project's work, she is in charge of finding opportunities to assist the families in need.
She 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 blueprint s for future generations and add value to an educated global society.

EDDU OPARE ADDOH
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 3 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. Eddu is a graduate of the Univ. of Science and Technology, and Univ. of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy. He is currently a licensed pharmacist and committed to building lasting impacts through the work of the Knightbridge Project.

DAN HARVEY-REISNER
Programs & Network

JULLIET B. EDMONDS
Technology Programs
Julliet works with local development teams in the implementation of the development plan and technology programs. She worked in the non-profit sector in program implementation and development, financial oversight and administrative support both at the national and international level. She worked as a program and finance associate with the American Bar Association Africa Law Initiative in Washington, D.C., as well as with project teams in Israel, Palestine, Nigeria, Uganda, Kenya, and in post-conflict Liberia.
Julliet holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in International Affairs from the James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia and Master of Science degree from the George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia.



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