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 « Undefined »  The Executive Management Team (EMT)
The Liberia Petroleum Refining Company is led by a strong Executive Management Team (EMT) with a rich mix of both oil and gas industry expertise. It successfully combines entrepreneurial and management skills with extensive financial, legal, and technical knowledge while fostering dedication to customers, along with high ethical standards as a driving force of the company’s development and growth. Our executives have a proven track record of leadership within high-growth companies and bring a unique blend of professional experience used to engage teams and drive success at the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company.
Jackson Fiah Doe, Jr.
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Doe is the Managing director and chief Executive Officer of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company. Prior to his being appointed by the President as the Managing Director, Mr. Doe served as Deputy Managing Director for Administration from in 2010. 

As the DMD/A, Mr. Doe coordinated the reports of departments, held consultative meetings with them, and led the development of the company’s annual report. He was also responsible for the development and execution of the company’s administrative strategies, policies, and procedures. Furthermore, Mr. Doe ensured conformance with administrative policies and procedures by all departments and managed the recruitment and training of all staff of the LPRC, except top management.
Prior to joining the LPRC, Mr. Doe worked in several companies. He served as president, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Topflight Inc. in Chicago, the United States Research Analyst, De Paul University, Chicago, Illinois, the United States; Personnel Manager (Call Center) CONWAY-MILKEN, Chicago, and Accounting, Management, Developmental Services of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois.
He is an entrepreneurial thought leader who has written several articles on entrepreneurship and leadership. Mr. Doe holds Master of Public administration from the University of Illinois in 1994 and a Master of Business Administration from the Depaul University in 2002.
Hon. Abu Bana Kamara
Deputy Managing Director for Operations
Abu Bana Kamara is the Deputy Managing Director for Administration. He is a Liberian and a University of Liberia trained business management and human resource specialist who has served in several public and private positions. Prior to joining the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company, he served the Ministry of Post & Telecommunications as Assistant Minister for Administration where he is credited for reclassifying and reengineering human resource into performance and merit based system.
From 2012 to 2014, Mr. Kamara served as Assistant Minister for Land & Rail Transport at the Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Liberia .During that period, he was instrumental in easing the difficulties associated with the Vehicle Registration Process by eliminating unnecessary bureaucracy and reducing the process time from 14 to 3 days which contributed significantly to the increase in the revenue generation for the Government of Liberia.
Hon. Kamara has also served in several capacities at the Ministry of State for Presidential Affairs. A key component of his work was the redesigning of the City of Monrovia which entailed the concept of a modern capital, thereby changing it from a war ravage city to a place befitting for the general populace. The project was an initiative of the Special Project Unit of the Office of the President of Liberia.
Concern with addressing the numerous challenges being faced by community dwellers, Hon. Kamara has pioneered the establishment of several community and grass roots organizations in Liberia including the Abu Development Initiative (ADI), Coalition of Concern Youth for Peace in Liberia among many others.
In the Private Sector, Hon Kamara has worked as Logistic Supervisor for the  Children Assistant Program (CAP), Operation Manager for Alpha Logging Company and also as the  Administrative Manager a Pacific Resource Incorporated.
Edwin W. Sarvice
Deputy Managing Director for Operations
 Mr. Edwin W. Sarvice is a trained economist and an expert in International social development with over 15 years of experience working with local and international organizations including the World Bank, World Food Program and many grass root development organizations in underprivileged communities.
He was appointed as Deputy Managing Director for Operations in November 2014. Prior to joining the LPRC, he worked as Senior Program Officer for the Program Delivery Unit, Office of the President of Liberia responsible to periodically monitor and evaluate priority projects, and provide briefing to the President and Vice President of Liberia on the status of GoL priority projects.
Mr. Sarvice has participated and earned honors from many seminars and training programs in the United States, Europe, Asia and Africa. He Holds a Master of Arts degree in Economic Policy Management (EPM) from Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda with sponsorship from the World Bank through the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), and a  Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Liberia.

Elizabeth Matu Tubman, CPA
Financial Comptroller

Elizabeth Matu Tubman is an American trained Certified Public Accountant with over twenty years of progressive experience in the Accounting field. Ms. Tubman worked as comptroller at Impact Communication inc., a medical advertising firm located in New York for 18 years. Before joining LPRC in 2009, Ms. Tubman worked with the General Auditing Commission of Liberia as Deputy Auditor General for Administration from 2008-2009.
Prior to that period, she served as Director of the Bureau of General Accounting of the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Liberia where she supervised the execution of the approved budget of the government. She is remembered for reducing the processing time of vouchers from 17 to 5 days. She joined the LPRC family as Director of Finance in 2009. She counter -parted with a financial comptroller of the Governance Economic Management Assistance Program (GEMAP), a partnership between the Government of Liberia (GOL) and the international community to promote accountability, responsibility and transparency in fiscal and financial management. Ms. Tubman is credited for increasing efficiency through the development of new policies and procedures, which eventually led to streamlining expenses and increasing profitability by 20%. As Financial Controller, she heads the Fiscal department and provides oversight on finance and product delivery sections.
Ms. Tubman, also graduated from the Prairie View A&M University, Prairie Taxes in the United States of America where she obtain her BSc. and is a member of several professional accounting bodies, including the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) in New York and Virginia, National Association of Black Accountants and the Liberia Institute of Certified Public Accountants (LICPA).
Bobby Garseyu Brown
Operations Manager

Mr. Brown joined the LPRC 1997 as Assistant Product Storage Terminal (PST) coordinator. At the refinery, Mr. Brown has gone through the ranks and file of the operations department. He served as Supervisor in the Oil Movement and Supply section; Superintendent, Oil Movement and Supply; General Operations/Terminal Superintendent; Assistant Operations Manager in the operations department.
Now Manager of the Maintenance Department Mr. Brown holds an MBA in management from the Cuttington Graduate School and holds certificates from several programs including training in product knowledge and legislation, Wet Stock Reconciliation, Safe Depot operation and Product recovery from PTF Training Limited in the United Kingdom.

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