Clarence Ndangam is a Senior Director at Procter & Gamble (a multinational consumer goods corporation headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio). He leads P&G’s Dover Wipes Plant, which is P&G’s largest Pampers Wipes Plant globally, supplying USA, Canada and Mexico.
Clarence was born and raised in Cameroon, where he attended early education through high school. He studied Electrical & Electronics Engineering in Germany and Ireland before joining P&G in Germany in 1997, after graduation. He has held various managerial and increased Leadership positions at P&G for over 24yrs in 6 different locations in 4 countries (USA, Nigeria, UK and Germany).
Clarence is a husband and a proud dad of 3 kids. His passion to serve led him to join the Bali Cultural Association (BCA) – USA soon after relocating to the US in 2008, where he later become Secretary General from 2012-2016 and National President for the last 6 Years. As President- he led BCA USA to become one of the largest non-profit organizations of Cameroon Heritage out of Cameroon (from 300+ members to over 1,100+ members). He mentors and coaches several BCA USA Diaspora Organization, including Canada, Ireland, UK, Belgium, Germany and Bahrain. He also serves on the Board of Directors for United Way Delaware, which is the largest non-profit organization in the State of Delaware.
Daughter of Pa Nde Ningo of Mankon
Wife of Bangoua
Ma-ntso is an internationally recognized accounting and auditing professional with over 20 years of experience supporting government agencies, public and private companies on three continents. She grew up in Cameroon, studied in South Africa, and has lived in Europe and North America. She currently resides in Texas with her two boys and husband. Ma-ntso is a lifelong learner with a long list of skills and subjects she constantly updates. She is passionate about education.
In the pursuit of happiness, effective communication is vital to understand our counterpart’s point of view. What makes them who they are, what motivates them, and what do they want – in short, their history. We are the way we are because of where we come from, how we were raised, where we went to school, etc. Our history explains why we are where we are right now. Logically, it behooves us to understand the history of our forefathers. History is important. History is foundational. The history of other continents and cultures are widely taught. However, African history is not so prevalent, not even in Africa. Our imperative is to contribute to the exposition of African history and culture in defense of the African perspective.
Ernest Nwachan is a proud LCCPS parent. He currently serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees and Member of the Board’s Finance Committee. Ernest was called to the Cameroon Bar in 2003 and has remained active till date. He is a current member of the External Relations Commission of the Cameroon Bar Association. Ernest is equally the current President of Cameroonians of Lowell Association (CAMOLA) in Massachusetts. Ernest has served as part of the United Nations Technical Advisory Team in post conflict Sierra Leone with UNIOSIL/UNDP, in Afghanistan with the UNDP ELECT project and Sudan with the United Nations Integrated Mission Training Center (IMTC).
Ernest holds a master’s degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In 2015, he graduated from Northeastern University School of Law with a master’s degree (LL.M) where he was commencement speaker of his class. Ernest is currently pursuing a Doctorate degree in Law and Policy (DLP) at Northeastern University. Ernest is a certified mediator and has held several leadership roles. Ernest is passionate about his family, access to justice and human rights causes. He is a mentor, public speaker, and a leader within the African Community.
Daughter of Nde Nkemghe EMT Awa of Pinyin
Wife of Mintyaeminyoumin, Bulu, Yekombo
What makes a person African? It cannot be their eating of African food or their wearing of African dressing. Knowing your culture is imperative to distinguishing the African’s product offering on a global stage. It is key to reversing the effects of colonization and slavery. It is key to unlocking African ingenuity and presenting African distinctiveness.
Maanoh holds a Degree in Law from the University of Buea and a master’s in business administration from Liberty University, in Lynchburg, VA. She graduated ‘Summa Cum Laude’ from Liberty’s School of Business and is currently pursuing a PhD in Leadership. Maanoh is a Certified Scrum Master and has over 17 years of experience working in financial and government service.
Je suis Manuel Ndo Akono, né dans une famille multiculturelle du Cameroun. Le “pulaaku” des peuls du Nord Cameroun et la légende de “Nanga Kôn” des peulples Beti du Sud ne me sont pas inconnus. Médecin depuis deux decennies mû par la volonté de servir l’Humain chaque contact avec l’autre est une ouverture sur un monde different. La culture comme vecteur d’identité fonde mon adhésion a tout qui promeut l’Afrique et ses valeurs.