Liberian organization elects officers, board

Liberian organization elects officers, board
December 28
05:00 2017

The Liberian Organization of the Piedmont (LOP) a 501(c)(3) entity established in 1988 to promote education, cultures and international relations, elected new executive officers and Board of Directors on Thursday, Nov. 30 and Sunday, Dec. 10, respectively.

James Y. Hunder Sr., the co-founder of the Liberian Organization of the Piedmont who has been re-elected three times, will be succeeded by the new president-elect, Olu A. Browne. Other members of his cabinet are: Frank J. Konah, vice president-elect; Wante Meekie Clark, general secretary-elect; Calvin A. Harris, financial secretary-elect; Yah Emma King, chaplain-elect; and Anthony Simmonds, treasurer-elect.

Meanwhile,  Mose’ Delaine Belton, who has served two two-year terms as LOP board chair, has been succeeded by James Y. Hunder Sr. Besides Hunder, the newly elected officers of the LOP Board of Directors are: Ralph A. Pearson, Sr., co-chairman; Calvin A. Harris, treasurer; Edward Strait, secretary;  and Mose’ Delaine Belton, assistant secretary.

The corp of elected officers will be officially installed at a festive inaugural ceremony in 2018.

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