Ishmael Komara is professional registered nurse with a rich community activism background. Mr. Komara was born on to the union of Mr. Kalifala Komara and Mabana Kama from LAMCO, Yekepa Nimba County. Mr. Komara served a student activist in Guinea as a refugee student and in Liberia. Since his arrival in the United States, Mr. Komara has been actively involved with the community. He is a founding member of the Minnesota Mandingo Association. At the local level, Mr. Komara served as a public relation officer and President for the Minnesota Mandingo Association, where he successful led the effort with other community leaders that resulted into the successful formation of one of the largest Mandingo Association in the world, which we now know today as FeLMAUSA. Mr. Komara served as the co-chair for the formation committee of FeLMAUSA and later became the first co-chairman of the Board of Director of FeLMAUSA under the Abe Kromah leadership. After his term was over as President of MMA, he transitioned leadership from both the FeLMAUSA Board of Director and MMA president. He later went on the served as co-chairman of the FeLMAUSA ways and means committee unde President Richmond Konneh and then Chairman of the ways and means committee under President Mohammed Dukuly. In subsequent years, Mr. Komara went back to the Board of Director representing the state of Minnesota and serving as the Board Public relation officer and then subsequently the co-chairman under the Famod Konneh leadership on the Board of Director. Most recently, Mr. Komara is one of President Sekou chief advisers. Under this current administration, he has served as member of the powerful planning committee and now acting chairman of the healthcare committee. Professionally, Mr. Komara is Registered Nurse and worked as an Assistant Director of Nursing. He also worked as regulatory healthcare consultant with focus on clinical policies, clinical practice and regulatory compliance. He is an adjunct nursing instructor at Rasmussen College Blaine Campus and an adjunct assistant professor of health admonition at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.
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