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Mlen-Too Wesley

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Mlen-Too is the principal advisor to the Minister of Finance and Development Planning of the Republic of Liberia and co-founder of, an online food delivery startup in Liberia. He was born and raised in Monrovia, but immigrated to the United States with his family to escape the Liberian Civil War. After graduating college, Mlen-Too returned to Liberia, where he now lives and works. He has had the opportunity to pursue his dreams and contribute back through his experience working in both the public and private sectors, starting businesses, teaching students, and volunteering in his community. His goal is to work towards a brighter future, in government and throughout all aspects of his life, by promoting development to achieve sustainable economic growth.

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