People

The ACCT has a culture that prioritizes its people. Whether as leadership or associate, the ACCT people are the heart of the organization. They are the reason the ACCT is so successful and why it continues to prioritize people, their social relations, and their communities for understanding armed conflicts and advocating peace. Together, the ACCT people have built a work culture that is enviable, enduring, and enriching. Join the ACCT today.

Leadership

Benjamin Okonofua, PhD
Benjamin Okonofua, PhD

Dr. Okonofua is the Executive Director of the ACCT. A sociologist, criminologist, and peace advocate, Dr. Okonofua helps to create, shape, and implement the ACCT mission.

Samuel K. Agbanu, PhD
Samuel K. Agbanu, PhD

Dr. Agbanu is the Director of Advocacy and Research. An expert in change management, Dr. Agbanu brings immense research and advocacy experience across fields and continents to the ACCT.

S. Mackenzie Glander-Dolo, Phd
S. Mackenzie Glander-Dolo, Phd

As Director of Development and Training, Dr. Glander-Dolo shapes and supervises the ACCT training and development programs. Her experience in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the U.S. is an asset to ACCT.

Moses Agbonkhese, PhD
Moses Agbonkhese, PhD

Dr. Agbonkhese is the Director of Security and Humanitarian Aid. A sociologist, criminologist, and U.S. Army veteran, Dr. Agbonkhese brings to the ACCT tremendous operational expertise.