Board Members

  • Susan HooKong-Taylor, B.A., B.Ed, OCT

    Susan HooKong-Taylor, B.A., B.Ed, OCT (Board Member)

    Susan HooKong-Taylor, B.A., B.Ed, OCT Susan is a musician, a teacher, a leader, and a newly minted trustee for the Canadian Samaritans for Africa. She is a second generation Canadian with her family hailing from Jamaica. She is a mother of two. She has been working at the Toronto Catholic  Read More

  • Joseph Hargoe

    Joseph Hargoe (Board Member)

    Joseph has been in the insurance industry for over a decade, specializing in corporate risk underwriting. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Toronto, a Canadian Risk Management designation and has completed the Fellow Chartered Insurance Professional program. He is also a member of the Knights  Read More

  • Linda Ncube

    Linda Ncube (Treasurer)

    Linda Ncube is a Community Development professional with over 10 years of experience working human services and community health environments.  Her experience includes partnership building, program evaluation, community research, project management, grant management, outreach and capacity building, leadership development and resource management.  Linda holds (Hons) BA in Sociology and Equity studies  Read More

  • Mariam Quedraogo, Burkina Faso

    Mariam Quedraogo, Burkina Faso (Burkina Faso Agent)

    Mariam Quedraogo is our agent in Burkina Faso.

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Pity is not enough, compassion is a real and deep human feeling, sympathy and empathy are good, but solidarity is better, and collaboration is the best thing we can offer to Africans especially the women and children who want to work hard to realize a better future for themselves and their children.
- Stan Chu Ilo