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John T. Sarboah, Jr.

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Leader John T. Sarboah, Jr. from 2022 Leaders Africa.

Vice President, Liberia Medical Students Association


John T. Sarboah, Jr. is the vice president of the Liberia Medical Students Association, which aims to advocate for the implementation of the basic skills needed to service Liberia's healthcare sector. He works to maximize the potential and innovation of tomorrow's doctors as part of a national healthcare revolution. John is committed to achieving holistic transformation through innovation and creating spaces where people can flourish and contribute new ideas that disrupt the status quo.

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