Philip Boafo, PMP®, PRINCE 2®: Is a seasoned Operations Manager with over ten (10) years history of demonstrated working Knowledge, integrating skills in IT, Legal Services, Contract Management and Leadership in achieving business advantage in professional service industry here in the United States and across Europe, Caribbean and Africa. He holds a Bachelor degree in Geomatic Engineering and Post Graduate degree in Information and Communication Technology. He both driven and self motivated and constantly experimenting with new technologies and techniques.
I am the Manager of Fibi Law Firm’s Philadelphia branches, in charge of
both the Woodland and Hutchinson offices. I am the focal staff that
ensures clients receive the appropriate services for their immigration
needs, their cases are managed, and they achieved their immigration
benefits. Before joining Fibi Law Firm, I managed and administered
financial audit programs for 5 years, coupled with administrative
management responsibilities with two financial audit and assurance
firms (Baker Tilly Liberia Limited and T. D. Joseph & Associates, LLC). I also have a 2-year experience of finance and administrative roles with Anadarko Liberia, as outsourced personnel.
I am skillful in working with information technology, especially management information systems (MIS), as well as project proposal writing and reporting. I hold a bachelor’s degree from the United Methodist University in Liberia. I have volunteered and am an advocate of issues of youth development, social justice, anti-corruption and good governance in the Philippines, Liberia and the Ivory Coast. English is my first language, and I do conversational French.
Amori Ponce holds a bachelor in Political Science and a Branch Manager at Fibilaw Firm, Bronx Location. She is originally from Peru and has been working on immigration matters since, to help immigrants from different countries living in the United States.
My name is Fatoumatta Jallow. I am the Office manager and Paralegal for Fibilaw Firm Harlem Branch. I am originally from The Gambia. I look forward to going to work each morning which is rare for many because I enjoy helping others. I feel fulfilled at Fibilaw because of what it stands for and the life’s of individuals we change everyday. For Immigrants by immigrants.