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Gabriel G. Mapior is a licensed Sales Representative at American Family Insurance Company, in Omaha Nebraska. He has MBA from Bellevue University graduate School of Business Administration, in Bellevue Nebraska. He had bachelor’s degree in business administration; emphasis in finance & banking, and minor in management, from the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO). Gabriel also had an associate degree in applied science in business from Metropolitan Community College, in Omaha Nebraska.  
Lazarus Prospero, MBA , MA, MA, CEO Prospero Financial Services : Treasurer (Director of Administration and Finance) PPW International Inc., A confident, well organized, self- starting leader with over 25 years of accounting, Banking, business administration, and economic experience in the lending, Tax Expert and financial services field. A seasoned professional that analyzes facts and utilizes judgment in recognizing exposures to protect individual and corporate assets. A proven record of developing solutions and business opportunities in line with profitability and growth objectives. Received MBA in Finance, Bellevue University, Bellevue, NE. ( 2011), MA in Economics & Sociology, Pune, India, 1997. Has worked for Mutual of Omaha Life Insurance Company (2013 - 2014). Has worked for Bank of the West (2012- 2013, Immanuel communities (2008-2012), First Data Corporation (2013- 2008), The World Bank Group (1998-2002), Spicer Memorial Industries, Pune, India (1994-1998).  
Mary Akuch Ater works as a Supported Living Tech with Mainstream Living Inc in Ames Iowa since August 2008- present. She holds a Bachelor's of Art degree in International Studies from Bluffton University in Ohio. She graduated in 2003. She is a community advocate and translates to South Sudanese families through the Ames Community  District  
Hannah Moore has a bachelor’s degree in history and international studies and a certificate in secondary education from Iowa State University. She currently coordinates the International Student Ministry at Memorial Lutheran Church in Ames, Iowa, and also directs the high school youth programs there.  
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Gabrial P. Ajang  was born in early 1970s, and in 1980s war broke out between the South and North Sudan. When the war intensified in the Southern Sudan in 1987, it struck like thunderstorm. The sound of automatic weapon fire blasting through their small hut startled him awake. Terrified and confused, he fled barefoot into the dark woods where it seemed that thousands of others were running in all directions. As part of a swarm of fleeing children, Ajang had to somehow escape the horrifying sciene. He had no way of knowing that those first hurried steps were the beginning of an epic and torturous journey. He lived in Pignudo Refugee Camp in Ethiopia for four years and in Kenya at Kakuma Refugee Camp for almost ten years before resettled to the United States in 2001. Ajang graduated at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with two bachelor’s degrees in Political and History, and graduated with Masters in public administrations, and he is currently PhD candidate. Ajang is currently working as Political Science and History Instructor at Wright Career College.  
James BolChol was born in the village of Jonglei State, South Sudan in 1975.  The war broke out between the North and the South in 1983 and gradually intensified.  In 1987, at the age of 12, he left Sudan for Ethiopia because of the war which did not end until 2005. In 1991 he left the Ethiopia refugee camp because of a war between Eritrea and Ethiopia. He was displaced back to South Sudan, and eventually to Kenya in 1992.  He once again obtained refugee status and lived in the Kakuma Camp in Kenya. In 1997 he got the first job of his life working for Operation Lifeline Sudan (OLS) as a Water Project Mechanic. In 1999 he married Racheal Nyibol Mayen. In 2002 he gained employment with the Joint Voluntary Agency (JVA)/ Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as a Sudanese interpreter for Dinka, Juba Arabic, and English. In 2007, he moved with his family from Nairobi, Kenya to Omaha, Nebraska. In 2008 the family moved to Iowa where James started college at Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC).  He graduated with honors with an associate degree in Applied Science in Management, an associate degree in General Studies, a diploma in Sales and Management, a certificate in Human Resources, and a certificate in Supervision.