President & Founder
Charles Wratto is an accomplished research scientist with years of experience in conflict analysis, systemic peace-building, and post-war recovery.
He holds a BSc in International Relations and Strategic Studies from Igbinedion University Nigeria, and an MA in Crisis and Conflict Management from Babes-Bolyai University Romania, where he received his Ph.D. in Peace and Conflict Studies.
Country Director - Liberia
Jarry obtained his Bachelors degree from the United Methodist University in Liberia, where he studied Management and Marketing, with a minor in the English language. He is a professional musician with years of experience in composition, production and vocal pedagogy. He worked as a producer at Markalia Audio Studio in Koala Ghana, and Fredyma Studio in Accra, Ghana.
Samaki is a divergent engineer with a demonstrated field and international experience applied to the context of humanitarian intervention. He is skilled in the design and implementation of youth empowerment programs that are keen on addressing the developmental and post-war challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Racheal Okoro obtained her bachelor’s degree in French and Translation from the University of Calabar and a Post Graduate Degree in Education from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. She is a Counsellor and a French instructor, with extensive research experience.
Alexandru is a 2D and 3D graphics Artist, with a BSc from the University of Art and Design in Cluj Napoca, Romania, where he worked as a Jewelry designer. Alexandru underwent a six-month professional course at the School of Design (Ecole Superieure d’Art et Design de Saint-Etienne) in Loire, France. In 2012.
As a consultant, she provides policy input and advice appropriate measures to enhance CPVP’s works in conflict and post-conflict areas. She is currently based in Lagos, Nigeria, working as a legal advisor and data analysis at Data Science Technology Limited.
She has worked with migrants and refugees from over fifteen countries and is currently continuing her work with the Post-Conflict Research Center (PCRC) in Bosnia & Herzegovina, while conducting collaborative research on the post-war Sephardic Jewish community.
Board of Advisors
Dr. Christian Radu Chereji, is the Director of the Conflict Studies Center in Cluj Napoca, Romania. He is an accredited Mediator, a Consultant, and a System Developer with more than 20 years of continuous national and international experience in ADR and Conflict Management Systems.