Abraham L. B. Freeman is a CNN and Deutsche Welle featured Social Entrepreneur, an SDG Champion, a Senior Atlantic Fellow for Health Equity, and the founder of Environmental Rescue Initiative — a community-based organization that recycles plastic waste into usable materials, advocates against environmental degradation, and engages underserved communities to recognize environmental determinants of health through education and innovation in Liberia. Abraham is a challenge-driven, and goal-oriented environmentalist with over ten years of experience in the area of environmental and social impact assessment, global health equity, community organizing/mobilization, waste management, water sanitation & hygiene (WASH), water quality monitoring, leadership skills, and a grounded environmental health advocate.

He is presently employed by the Liberia Electricity Corporation (LEC) and holds the position of Health Safety & Environment Coordinator (HSE) at the Mt. Coffee Hydropower Plant. In this role, Abraham mitigates the occurrence of accidents, injuries, and environmental harm, and provides oversight for the preservation, and implementation of health and safety initiatives.

Abraham is a member of national and international organizations and pressure groups that advocate for environmental sustainability in underserved communities. His life dream is to make present and future generations live in harmony with nature.


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