Liberia

Anthonette Quayee

Anthonette Quayee is a Liberian Environmentalist. Presently, she’s enrolled for her masters in Forestry. A young aspiring Researcher, who has written couple of analysis on environmental concerns, including “Mismanagement of Hazardous Waste in Liberia”. Her papers have been published on a couple of blogsites and a journal, and she runs her personal blogsite. She’s a Young Leader at Earth Charter International, a Certified Mediator of the Koffi Annan Institute for Conflict Resolution and a BSc graduate in Environmental Science. As a social scientist, she’s a versatile writer with focus on: issues affecting women, climate change and ecosystem disturbances resulting from anthropogenic interactions.

She’s a co-founder of the Let’s Give Foundation, an organization that was established to help the less privileged in Liberia. In 2018, she was certificated by the Hope at Dawn Foundation, where she volunteered as a classroom instructor. Also, in 2018, she utilized her knowledge and skill as an Environmentalist, Occupational Health and Safety Personnel and Administrator at the Montserrado County Health Team. Demonstrated strong work ethics and efficient service delivery during her internships with the Maternal and Child Medical Clinic and the MNG, Gold Liberia in 2019.

Website: https://concernsfornature.wordpress.com/

Email: jan2netc@gmail.com