Joseph Rahall, BSc. in Agriculture, MA Environmental Security and Peace, Fellow Transitional Justice, is the pioneer to the establishment of Green Scenery in 1989, during which time he was a high school teacher. Mr. Rahall has also played a key role in establishing organizations such as the National Forum for Human Rights and the National League for Human Rights. He has worked as a journalist and as an editor of a newspaper.
Mr. Rahall has also served in various voluntary capacities in organizations like the Sierra Leone Adult Education Association, Sierra Leone Association of Journalists, and the National League for Human Rights. He is well known nationally and internationally. He has travelled extensively.
Edward Thomas Fatoma is a true environmentalist. He holds a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Sciences and is since 2010 with Green Scenery. He ensures that all projects are implemented, monitored, supervised and evaluated as planned.
Francess Mawendeh, H.T.C (Secondary), B.ed Business Studies, is responsible for financial aspects in the organization i.e. preparing requisition, report writing etc. and extracts necessary data for the management.
Claudius Williams is helping to manage the office. He assures that the infrastructure is well maintained. Since 2001 he is working with Green Scenery in Freetown.
ALLAT network coordinator
FRANK S. WILLIAMS Frank has a diploma in Cultural Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in Education Degree in Linguistics from Fourah Bay College.Frank has worked as child psychosocial development worker. He joined Green Scenery in 2013 as the Networking Officer, coordinating Action for Large-scale Land Acquisition Transparency (ALLAT). ALLAT is an advocacy civil society network that was established to serve as a watchdog on large-scale land deals for agri-business in Sierra Leone.