Aba Melaku Getahun
After serving the Ethiopian Tewahdo Church in Trinidad and Tobago successfully, he moved to the Washington area to provide his services to the larger Ethiopian community in America. Aba. Melaku has established St. Michael Church, providing a unique opportunity for our youth to focus and promote
To her friends, she is known as Alem. Mrs. Wodajo has been in the public eye ever since she was attending Medhanealm High School in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in the 60’s and 70’s. She is a gifted and talented writer and poet, an enviable actress, eloquent speaker, and a positive role model to so many y
Amsale's elegant designs have made her the number one couture wedding gown designer in the United States, and won her the reputation as the creator of the modern wedding dress.
Azeb Wolde-Giorghis CBC Reporter
Currently the CBC-TV correspondent in London, Azeb Wolde-Giorghis has covered recent stories such as British reaction to the events of Sept. 11, the suspension of Zimbabwe from the Commonwealth and the plight of asylum seekers sent to Glasgow, Scotland.
Billionaire Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al-Amoudi
Sheikh Mohammed Hussein Al-Amoudi is the richest man in Ethiopia and ranks number 243 in the world according to Forbes 2005 survey. He is owner of The MIDROC group. His business empire stretches from Scandenvia to South Africa
CEO Girma Wake
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Ethiopian Airlines since February 2004. Ato Girma Wake brings with him over 37 years of airline management experience in sales and marketing operation at the headquarters, regional and area offices of three organizations.
Director Haile Gerima
Born in Gondor, Ethiopia in 1946, Haile Gerima is the fourth child of ten children. His father was a writer and his mother a teacher. Gerima came to the U.S. in 1967 to study at the Goodman School of Drama.
Dr Bereket Kebede Economist University of East Anglica UK
Dr. Bereket Jebede is an economist and his main area of research is the allocation of resources within households. PhD thesis focused on intra household expenditure allocations and on child health as captured by anthropometric measures in rural Ethiopia.
Dr. Aberra Molla
“…for computerizing Ethiopic and revolutionizing the Geez script” reads the award given to Dr. Aberra Molla in 1990 by the Ethiopian Research Council.
Dr. Ephraim Isaac
To many Ethiopians, Dr. Ephraim Isaac is known as the venerated teacher, an eminent statesman, who wears his Ethiopianess with pride and dignity, the champion, who pioneered the first organized campaign to eradicate illiteracy (Fidel Serawit) in Ethiopia that impacted over 2.5 million Ethiopians
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