Peter Garang Deng, PRESIDENT
Peter Garang Deng received his Bachelor Degree in Business with concentration in accounting, finance and marketing from Champlain College in May 2011 and MBA at Plymouth State University. He is the author of the “Lost Generation” The Story of a Sudanese Orphan. He founded NSJOF when he was a student at Champlain College. He also owned a small bus business in Kenya. He is gifted keynote public speaker. He speaks five languages and is currently learning other two languages and that will make it 7 languages by the time he master the other two languages. Peter has four years old daughter who currently live in Kenya and he hope to bring her to USA one day.
Abraham Chiek Alier, VOLUNTEER FIELD COORDINATOR
Abraham has been with NSJOF since 2010 the year in which NSJOF was founded. He has spent one years doing assements in villages and finding goods schools in Uganda the neighboring country to South Sudan to send NSJOF orphans students to. Abraham finished his High School in Kakuma Refugee Camp and took training in the nursing field and became a nurse in Kakuma. He has work in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya as a nursue for almost three years. He is currently pursuing his degree in nursing in Uganda. He visits NSJOF students in schools once every month to ensure that they are doing well in schools.
John Lual Nyok, FIELD PROJECT MANAGER
Mr Lual graduated with honor Bachelors Degree in Social Work and Social Administration of Kampala University or Second upper division if put it in the University language. He is currently pursuing Masters of Sciences in Project Management(Msc-PM) from Ndejje University in Uganda. He before work as Peace Education Project Officer with Sudan Christian Youth Ministry International (SCYMI-org) in Juba, and also serve as facilitator on Rule of Law, Good governance, Human Rights and Psychological and Emotional Healing with ALARMS-Organization. He works as a data entry expert in Juba. He also work as the project writer for Local Organizations and the organized Wounded Heroes/Heroines in Kapoeta County.He served as a Minister for Justice and Constitutional Affairs in Kampala University Guild and now working for NSJOF as the Field Project Manager
Gabi Marcel,VOLUNTEER FUNDRAISER
Gabi Marcel Shapiro, originally from Philadelphia, now resides in Burlington VT where he is a musician, teacher, baker, brewer, bicyclist, and activist. Gabi is also involed with The Vermont Migrant Farmworker Solidarity Project and in the spring he will be music director for Spielpalast Cabaret. At free time he walk his dog around.