the First Lady of the Republic of Liberia – Clar Marie Weah

mb. Clar Marie Weah, First Lady of the Republic of Liberia

Ambassador Clar Marie Weah<br /> First Lady of The Republic of Liberia

Ambassador Clar Marie Weah
First Lady of The Republic of Liberia
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First Lady Clar Marie Weah, the wife of the 24th President of the Republic of Liberia, H. E. George Manneh Weah, is the mother of three, Martha, George Jr. and Timothy. Mrs. Weah is a nurse by profession, a successful businesswoman and a humanitarian.

Clar, born in Kingston, Jamaica, is the youngest of seven children. She migrated along with her family, to the United States of America when she was 13.  Clar Weah holds a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion Management from the City University of New York and a Nursing License.

Clar Marie Weah, the owner of several businesses including two successful restaurants in Queens, New York, has dedicated most of her life to humanitarian initiatives in the United States, Jamaica, and Liberia. Her dream has always been to be an advocate for children around the world, and her motto, “To bless as many children as God has blessed me.”

In 2018, the Liberian First Lady founded “Clar Hope Foundation”, a non-political initiative, aimed at creating an equitable society in Liberia, by restoring the hope of disadvantaged children, youth and women through education, health, and other opportunities to better their lives.

Her passion for soccer and love for children led her not only to Co-found a youth soccer program in Queens, New York but also to spend her spare time volunteering as a coach from 2000 to 2016. From 2003 to 2016, she conducted humanitarian missions to cater to less fortunate youth and children in Jamaica from various boys and girls homes.

Clar Weah was appointed in March 2018, at a Women Symposium in Morocco, Ambassador, and Champion for Women’s Football, by the Confederation of African Football, CAF.

Mrs. Clar M. Weah

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