FOUNDER / CEO
Dr. Gbujie Daniel Chidubem
Dr. Gbujie Daniel major interest is the promotion of sustainable development goals SDGs (SDG13). He is the Founder/ CEO of the non-governmental organization called TEAM 54 PROJECT, they raise awareness globally about the impact of climate change and the need to take actions. He is an advocate of better health care delivery and the environment. Gbujie has published so many articles, editorials and made numerous international presentations on climate change impacts. He is a multiple international award winner and an associate member of the World Medical Association, an organization he represented as a delegate of the world medical association at the UN climate change convention in Marrakesh Morocco 2016.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Matthew Lamson Bonnstetter has been a researcher, supporter and promoter of environmental, sustainable, transformational, regenerative and social justice issues for over twenty years. Matthew was born in Iowa and his father grew up as a farmer who later become a businessman and founded his own company dealing with human potential (TTi Success Insights).
Matthew graduated from Arizona State University in 1993 with a Bachelors of Science degree in small business management. He has a love for photography and video and knows that telling stories in one of the best ways to move people to action. He helped create Sedona Green in 2008, an initiative of the Sedona International Film Festival, whose actions reduced the festival's environmental impact and increased the presence of green environmentally friendly films while adding some round-table discussions on related topics.
Some of his main passions are protecting our old growth forests, planting new trees, working to support a transformation in our food production systems and dealing with creating better soil and restoring land while creating better living conditions and jobs for people around the world.
Dr. Ezioma-Uchegbu Gbujie
Ezioma Uchegbu-Gbujie was born in Imo State southeastern Nigeria to Late Asso. Prof & Asso. Prof Uzoma and Ngozi Uchegbu. Her continued academic pursuits earned her a Medical degree from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University in 2009. After graduation, she spent 2 years in Nigeria’s capital city Abuja as a medical intern in National Hospital Abuja and then in the National Primary Health Care Development Agency in Public Health service to her country.
While continuing clinical practice in Port-Harcourt, she was recalled by NPHCDA to work as a State Field Officer and a Medication Verification Officer in a Federal initiative - SURE-P aimed at rural sustainable development using savings from petroleum revenues. Her areas of interest were health and sanitation.
She went on to secure a postgraduate admission to the California state university Long Beach USA where she excelled and has since graduated with a master’s in public health. While pursuing this degree, she concurrently is undergoing Residency training in New York and is on the path to becoming a Physician.
She was the brain behind the organization expansionist concept in December 2016, which has converted the group to a global brand. Her current interest is to develop a climate resilient healthcare system in Africa and she brings on board a decade of experience in healthcare delivery.
She also has enjoys gardening, cooking, hosting, travel, reading various literature, mentoring and volunteering.
Carol Strang Bercos
Carol was born and raised in Illinois, USA and has lived there her entire life. She spent her professional career working as a social worker and administrator in the area of special education. Since retiring 6 years ago, she has been president of Bercos Educational Consulting. She consults with area school districts in meeting the needs of students who require extensive and specialized services. While working in the public sector, she presented at many local, state and national conferences.
Carol’s greatest pride and joy is being mother to three children and the grandma to two (soon to be three). Four of her five children and their spouses work in the public schools as teachers and a social worker. The entire family is strongly invested in the excellence of our educational institutions.
Carol has many interests and hobbies, one of the most important being that of Climate Change and the protection of our environment. She first spoke on this issue while in college and working on a ranch in New Mexico. It was there that she first learned of the delicate balance between man and our Earth. She is dedicated to finding effective solutions to our environmental issues on a personal, local, national and world level.
Ms Patrice Mahoney
Advisory Committee Member
Ms Sanya Rajpal
Advisory Committee Member
1. Mariam Milagros Gomez- Philippines
2. Alhassan Sesay- Sierra Leone
3. Rhiannon Jones Gallagher- US
4. Gabriel Elsie - India
5. Shrugging Keerthi- India
6. Fyanna Oneia-Solomon island
7. Mike Roman- Kiribati
8. Uloaku Pricilla-Nigeria
9. Sameera Chkkapalli Subbaiah – Spain
10. DIKRA DJERAFI-ALGERIA
11. JOSEPHINE MUTESI-UGANDA
12. DIANA GUZMAN BARRAZA-MEXICO
13. SANKALP MOHAN SHARAMA-INDIA
Chase Rushing- USA
Narayan Solanke - India
Mariam Nur Ridoy-Bangladesh
Daniel Rocco- Colombia
Benjamin Vidmir- Norway
Kefaou motenalapi- Lesotho
Birendra Poudel- Nepal
Prince Osei Twumasi ANKRAH-GHANA
Mathias KPETOHOTO-BENIN REPUBLIC
KING PAUL PAWEL-UGANDA
SAMMY BAIMBA-SIERRA LEONE
LAWAL LOUIS OLAYIWOLA – NIGERIA
BEATRICE C. PHIRI-ZAMBIA
TUFOSAFATIMA NELE FILI FAALE-SAMOA
JOE KYLE HARRY-PAPAU NEW GUINEA
RAMUS YANGO-SINDO-CENRAL AFRICA REPUBLIC