Alieu Momarr Njai
He holds diplomas in Accountancy, Business Organisation and Industrial Administration from Sheffield, U.K. and served in the Civil Service. His pedigree in business and administration coupled with selfless service in both public and private sector could be traced way back in 1950s when appointed as Commercial Clerk for S. Madi Ltd; Laboratory Technician, Gambia Minerals Ltd; USA Texas Refinery Corp. Representative for West Africa; Co-Founder, Director/Secretary Accountant of Novotel Kombo Beach Hotel; Founder and Director of DHL Gambia Ltd. etc. Was among Directors appointed to transform Gambia Postal Services (Post Office) to Gambia Postal Services Corporation (GAMPOST); Member, Gambia Tourism Board of Directors; Elected KUDC Councillor for Serre Kunda late 1950s to early 1960s; Chairman, Kanifing Municipal Council Committee of Elders; Lord Mayor, Kanifing Municipal Council; As Chief Scout Commissioner, being the first and only Gambian ever elected as Committee Member of the Africa Scout Council in Mauritius; Elected Vice Chairman of the International Union of Muslim Scouts in Kuwait (HQ Jeddah); Co-opt. Member, Gambia Supreme Islamic Council; Founder/President Association of Mosque Committees (Prayer time Booklet); He was appointed Chairman of the Independent Electoral Commission on 7th April 2016. He presided over the 1st December 2016 Presidential Election as Returning Officer which brought in the change of government in The Gambia.
Joseph Colley
Mrs. Isatou Jallow Ndure
Retired Commission Member
Mrs Isatou Jallow-Ndure: She was appointed a Commission Member in August 2008. She holds a B.A. Degree in English Literature and a Diploma in Secondary Education from Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. She obtained a double Masters Degree from Teacher’s College Columbia University in New York City, USA. Master of Arts (M.A) in International Educational Development and a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Curriculum Development and Instruction and Teacher Education. An Educationist who headed the Curriculum Research and Development Division for 16 years, she served as the Local African American Institute (AAI) Representative for 11 years and coordinated the AFGRAD scholarships. She has served on numerous boards and Committees. She has electoral responsibility over Banjul Administrative Area and also has oversight responsibility of Communications and Voter Education.
Anthony Robert Secka
Commission Member
Lamin Cham
Commission Member