Kingsly Chuo Beng, PhD


Kingsly Chuo Beng is a postdoc at the Thünen Institute of Sea Fisheries, Germany. He holds a PhD in Ecology, a testament to his deep-rooted passion for understanding and preserving our natural world. He is currently involved in several research projects, all aimed at understanding and mitigating the impacts of human activities on the environment. Beyond his research, Kingsly is deeply committed to education and mentorship. He regularly supports students in their academic journeys, providing guidance and sharing his knowledge and experiences. He firmly believes in the power of education to drive change and is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of environmental stewards.

Njuh Marie Goretti Bei


Njuh Marie-Goretti Bei is a multifaceted individual whose dedication to education, humanitarianism, and community building shines through her diverse roles and responsibilities. As a teacher of both French and English languages at Government Bilingual High School Bamenda, she plays a pivotal role in shaping the linguistic skills and cultural understanding of her students. Beyond her role in the classroom, Njuh Marie-Goretti Bei is a humanitarian at heart, actively engaged in initiatives that uplift and support her community. As a mother of two children and also a caregiver to adopted kids, Njuh Marie-Goretti Bei extends her nurturing and supportive nature beyond the confines of her profession, creating a loving and inclusive environment within her family and beyond.

Anang Elvis Mua, PhD


Anang Elvis Mua, a dedicated and selfless person with a deep passion for teaching, serves as a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English Law at the University of Douala in Douala, Cameroon. Holding a Ph.D. in English Law from the University of Yaounde 2, SOA, Cameroon, he boasts over five years of experience in university-level teaching. Currently, Anang Elvis instructs undergraduate courses including Criminal Law (General Principles) and Criminal Law (Specific Offences), as well as postgraduate courses such as Global Finance Law and Microfinance Law. Notably, his expertise extends to Corporate Law, wherein he has contributed to legal literature through published articles in the field.

Tem Sylvie Claris Sih


Tem Sylvie Claris Sih is dedicated to enhancing student welfare and combatting school violence. As a research assistant in the social sciences, she focuses on promoting positive environments in educational institutions. Holding a master's degree in educational administration from the University of Buea, she is currently pursuing a PhD degree in the same field at the University of Buea. Previously, she served as the assistant dean of studies at the Erudef University Institute of Applied Biodiversity Sciences for a period of three months.

Nyouh Karen Chi


Nyuoh Karen Chi is a passionate and dedicated humanitarian professional, specializing in protection efforts for vulnerable individuals, with a particular emphasis on women and girls. She is deeply committed to advocating against gender-based violence and promoting women's empowerment. Holding a Master's degree in Women and Gender Studies from the University of View, she brings six years of valuable professional experience in this field.

Kum Raphael Tegha


I am KUM RAPHAEL TEGHA, hailing from Wum in the North West region of Cameroon. Currently, I am pursuing my Ph.D. in Management Information Systems at Keimyung University in South Korea. Prior to this, I obtained my Master's degree from the same institution in the field of GMBA. Back in Cameroon, I dedicated nine years to teaching economics at high schools in Yaounde, along with seven years of service as an examiner. My academic journey began at the University of Yaounde 2 SOA, where I earned my degree in Economics Science and Management. Additionally, I am a Christian, born into the Catholic faith.

Kang Roland Abeng


Mr. Kang Roland Abeng is a PhD Fellow at the University of Buea's Faculty of Engineering and Technology (FET). He earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at FET. With professional experience including an internship at Edea Hydroelectricity dam and work as a junior technician, he now serves as an Electrotechnics instructor for the Ministry of Secondary Education. Additionally, he lectures part-time at FOMIC Polytechnic University and EHIMBS University Institute, focusing on renewable energy systems integration and artificial intelligence in air conditioning and refrigeration. He is passionate about teaching, leadership, and skills transfer to the younger generation.