Education: Georgia State University, 2015                                                                                                                                                                             Pan African Institute For Development (PAID-WA), 1998

Momodou has 35 years of experience working with NGOs and non-profit organizations. Prior to relocating to the US from The Gambia, he worked for the Medical Research Council Laboratories initially as a Research Assistant in pregnancy and childbirth studies, and later as a Field Supervisor, on a double-blind pneumococcal vaccine trials supervising and overseeing the work of several Research Assistants on the project. Momodou Jobe later joined ActionAid – The Gambia, an affiliation of ActionAid International NGO headquartered in the UK and operating in 20 Countries. There, Momodou worked as a Senior Research Assistant in the Monitoring and Evaluation division and later as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer. As his quest for diversity grew, he moved on to work at The Association of Non-Governmental Organizations (TANGO) initially as a Program Officer and later as a Senior Program Officer coordinating the work, capacity building, and grant writing for 60 NGOs in the Gambia. Shortly before immigrating to the US in 2002, Momodou was the Head of the NGO delegation from the Gambia to the United Nations General Assembly Meeting on Children (UNGASS).

In the US, he worked in the health sector in Supply Chain Management and Staff Capacity Building for 20 years. During this time, he worked for the Pharr Court Associates in Atlanta as Director – Supply Chain process management and fulfillment. And later worked for Dekalb Medical Regional Health System as a Materials Coordinator and Emory Healthcare at the Emory Hospital in Decatur as a Supply Chain Coordinator training new employees, overseeing and coordinating the work of several materials management staff and process improvement.

Momodou now works for the Washington West African Center (WAWAC) as a Program Director.