Hon. Sirajin Rollings-Kamara, Christians in Governance

Honorable Rabbi Sirajin Rollings-Kamara is a former Member of Parliament in Sierra Leone, currently serving as the President and Founder of Christians In Governance and as Focal Person for Micah Global Sierra Leone. He previously worked with Global Recordings Network (formerly Gospel Recordings) for 15 years and served as Coordinator for West and Central Africa.…

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Niels Riconalla, FOCIG, Inc.

Niels Patrick Ceniza Riconalla has worked as a public servant for 24 years across three government offices. He served as Acting Division Chief of the Monetary and Price Division of the National Planning and Policy Staff, National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) from 1984 to 1992. He then acted as Director of the Public Affairs…

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Felipe Augusto, ANAJURE

Felipe Augusto is the Executive Director of ANAJURE (Brazilian Association of Christian Lawyers), a non-governmental organization focused on the defense of the fundamental civil liberties, in particular religious freedom, freedom of expression, and migrants’ rights. Recognizing that it is impossible to effectively protect and promote civil liberties without combating corruption, part of Felipe’s work has…

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Alfred Wimana Sebahene, St John’s University of Tanzania Dodoma, Tanzania

Dr. Alfred Wimana Sebahene holds a PhD in Systematic Theology from University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, majoring in Public Theology, Theological Ethics and Anti-Corruption Studies, and holds MA and BA Honours degrees from Middlesex University, Oak Hill College, London, United Kingdom. For the last thirteen years, Alfred has been a lecturer, researcher, social ethics specialist and anti-corruption consultant at…

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Martin Allaby

Martin is a British doctor and public health specialist who has worked for 10 years in South Asia and conducted field research in Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, the Philippines, Kenya, Zambia and Peru. His PhD from the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies was published under the title ‘Inequality, Corruption and the Church: Challenges and Opportunities…

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Elisama Daniel, ACROSS

Elisama W Daniel is a lay minister, teacher, and preacher of the Gospel. He is the Executive Director of ACROSS, a Christian organization based in South Sudan (also in Uganda and Kenya) working to transform lives and communities through partnership with the global church, other organizations, and the communities they serve. He is also a…

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Vilma “Nina” Balmaceda, Ph.D.

Born and raised in Lima, Peru, Dr. Balmaceda is a scholar-practitioner whose work focuses on education and civic leadership development for justice, peace, and reconciliation. Nina is a missional strategist at the Center for Reconciliation and associate professor of the practice of reconciliation at Duke University’s Divinity School. She is the President of Peace and…

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Roberto Laver, Fides

Roberto is an international lawyer with over thirty years of combined professional experience in law and development, non-profit leadership and academia. In 1989, he joined the World Bank where he worked as senior counsel and project manager on justice reform and anti-corruption programs. After leaving the World Bank, Roberto worked in several capacities including legal…

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Paul Opoku-Mensah, Ghana National Cathedral

Paul Opoku-Mensah is the Executive Director of the Ghana National Cathedral and previous Executive Director of the Ghana Institute of Linguistics, Literacy and Bible Translation. As a trained political scientist and former academic, Paul is passionate about public integrity, leadership development, righteous governance, faith and public policy in the public sphere. 

Maribel Muñoz, Asociación para una Sociedad más Justa

Maribel Muñoz Aguilar is Director of Programs at the Asociación para una Sociedad más Justa (ASJ), a chapter of Transparency International in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Maribel has a degree in Marketing from the Universidad Tecnológica Centroamericana (UNITEC). She also has a Master’s Degree in Business Management from UNITEC and a Master’s Degree in International Cooperation from…

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Robert Osburn, Wilberforce Academy

Robert Osburn is the founder (2009) and Senior Fellow with the Wilberforce Academy, an organization whose mission is to train college students, especially international students, to be redemptive change agents in their home societies and workplaces. He speaks on comparative worldviews, Christians and academia, bribery and corruption, and nation-building from a Christian perspective.  He has…

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Kelly and Michèle O’Donnell

Kelly and Michèle O’Donnell are Consulting Psychologists and passionate about good practice in Christian organizations, promoting leadership integrity and understanding the psychological processes that help or hinder integrity. Most recently, Kelly’s commitment to confronting corruption has led him to doing a combined food fast and hunger strike to draw attention to the lack of disclosures by organizations and people affected by…

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Arpit Waghmare, Operation Nehemiah

Churches in India have been changing. Once lacking much depth of understanding of public integrity, church leaders are learning how to apply Scriptural truths about justice, integrity, and truth to their approach to financial integrity. Operation Nehemiah provides discipleship that is both theologically grounded and practically applicable to fundamentally shift the Indian church’s paradigm on…

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FPIN members join as individuals and do not represent the organizations they work for. Network members join FPIN to connect personally and deeply with other Christians who are passionate about fighting corruption.

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