Ahead of this year’s Armed Forces Day celebration on February 11, authorities of the Ministry of National Defense (MOD), have named the Director General of the General Services Agency (GSA) Mary Taryonnoh Broh as the keynote speaker.
Madam Broh has worked both locally and internationally, prior to her appointment by President George M. Weah in 2018. During the administration of Weah’s predecessor, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Madam Broh served as Director of the Passport Bureau at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Managing Director at the National Port Authority; Director of the Birth Certificate Section of the Ministry of Health; and Mayor of the Monrovia City Corporation (MCC). From December 3, 2006, to April 2007, Broh was appointed by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf as head of a special presidential project: Broad Street Beautification Project. In all the capacities she has worked, Mary Broh has not only demonstrated diligence but principled and results-based leadership.
This year’s celebration will see more community engagement as well as an award ceremony that is high on the agenda. During the indoor program on February 11, 2020, several personalities will be recipients of the Distinguished Service Order, including Mary T. Broh of the General Services Agency (GSA).The theme for this year’s celebration is “Strategies to Incorporate More Females in The Security Sector: AFL in Perspective”.