Albert Verdier Morweh
Mr. Morweh is a 1992 graduate of the Kiev State University, Kiev, Ukraine- former USSR with Masters of Science Degree in Political Economy (Economics). He obtained a certificate in Microsoft Office System from Computer Training Source, 2009, Chicago, IL, Certificates in Computer Information System at Kennedy-Kennedy College, 2005, Chicago, IL, diploma in Accounting and Business Administration from Modern Commercial Institute, 1982, Monrovia, Liberia, and secondary education from the charlotte Tolbert Memorial Academy (CTMA), Monrovia Liberia.
He worked as Director of Youth Services at the Liberian Ministry of Youth and Sports from 1994 – 2000. As Director of Youth Services, he developed programs for war-affected youths and Children. Supervised the Youth Bureau Staff and Youth Instructors and prepared the bureau’s budgets. Designed the Monrovia Sanitation and Restoration Project in 1998 which was honored by the European Union (EU) through the Disarmament Bureau headed by John T. Richardson. The project brought a face-lift and sanitation relief to Monrovia at the time. After the infamous April 6 fighting in Monrovia, he developed a Food-For-Work Program for the young people of Monrovia, and the international NGOs and the UN System bought the idea and sponsored the program.
Mr. Morweh worked with the international and local NGOs (counterparts) in children’s programs implementation in early post-war Liberia, such as the former setting up of the Juvenile court in Monrovia.
He served as Planning and Research Coordinator from 1995-2000 for the Bassa Heritage Research and Development Association (Bassa Heritage) and served as National Secretary of the Liberian National Association on Traditional Practices Against Women and Children (NATPA) from 1995-2000. While at Bassa Heritage and NATPA, he developed research plans and coordinate research documents.
He also worked as follows; at the Liberian Institute of Vocational Education, taught basic Accounting Principles, Business English, and Business Mathematics, and appraised project proposals from 1997-2000. In the Chicago Public School System (CPS), he taught various subjects including Mathematics, Science, History, English, social studies, etc. from 2004-2008.
Since 2007, Mr. Morweh works at the University of Chicago Medical Center (UCMC) in the Supply Chain and Logistic Department, with the responsibility to plan and distribute medical supplies to clinic units within the hospitals. From 2008-2013, he served as the Regional Vice President of the Midwest for the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA), and also served as the Director for Planning and Projects for the Rivercess County Association in the Americas (RCAA) from 2008-2018 respectively.