Vice-president, ECOWAS Commission
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The Sierra Leonean Finda Koroma took office as Vice-President of the ECOWAS Commission on 1 March 2018. She will support Jean-Claude Brou, the president, in fulfilling the ECOWAS mandate and will represent him in official meetings. The vice-[resident’s office is in charge of enhancing co-ordination and receives support from units dedicated to monitoring and evaluation, strategic planning and relations with other ECOWAS institutions. Before joining the ECOWAS Commission, Koroma worked as executive director of F.K. Consulting, Inc. She has more than 20 years of experience in both the government and development sectors, where she has worked at senior levels, and in the extractive sector. A lawyer by profession, Koroma holds a master’s degree in international law and international trade from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom. She also holds an MBA from Harvard Business School. Finda is the sister of the Sierra Leone’s First Lady Sia Koroma.