Leadership Team

Abdourahamane Diallo
Founder and President
Abdourahamane Diallo is a junior student working on his Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) in Finance Investment and Mathematics at Baruch College. Due to the struggles he has faced as an immigrant student in the U.S, Abdourahamane founded the Guinean Students Association of United States (GSA-US) at Baruch College to help his fellow Guinean student community. He also serves as the Vice President of Le Club Français and is Assistant VP of the Education for Toastmaster International Club. He is currently the Executive Secretary of the African Advisory Council (AAC). Prior, Abdourahamane interned at the United States Department of Commerce as an International Trade Specialist and at Blackrock Inc, the largest management firm in the world as a Quantitative Risk Analyst where he was granted the Blackrock founder scholarship award. After graduation Abdourahamane hopes to pursue his dream on to empowering the African community through education and entrepreneurship.
Abdoulaye Diallo
Director of Operations
Abdoulaye is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Engineering in electrical engineering at the City College of New York. He has interned for Eversource Energy, a Fortune 500 energy company, the New York Power Authority, the largest state owned utility company in the United States, and Duro UAS, a manufacturer of robotics for environmental research and urban development applications. Abdoulaye hopes to become a power systems engineer after graduation.
Mamadou A. Diallo
Director of I. Technology
Mamadou Adama Diallo graduated Magna Cum Laude, as NYU Honors Scholar, recipient of the NYU Founders' Day Award and Alpha Sigma Lambda Award for his Bachelor of Science degree in Information Systems Management from New York University. He taught Java programming course at B.M.C.C, has interned for the Maater Makers project before interning at Citigroup, an American multinational investment banking, and financial services. Mamadou is now a full-time Software Developer at Citigroup's headquarters in the Manhattan Financial District.
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Asuma Diallo
Director of Career Development
Asuma Jalloh is a senior pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in philosophy at Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York. Currently, she is a part of the Research Initiative for Scientific Enhancement program (RISE), a federally funded program that focuses on increasing underrepresented minority Ph.Ds. or M.D. -Ph.Ds. in the fields of biomedical and behavioral sciences. As part of the program, Asuma performs neuroscience research under the mentorship of Dr. A.I Hernandez at State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate. On campus, she serves as Student Government Treasurer, alternate on the University State Senate and publicity chair for the National Society of Leadership and Success- Medgar Evers Chapter. She is also an inducted member of the Upsilon Theta Pi honor society. Prior to this, Asuma reestablished and served as president of the Muslim Students Association for two years. Her passion is to use education and advocacy to serve and give back to her community.
Mohamed Sallieu Jalloh
Director of Membership
Mohamed Sallieu Jalloh is currently a senior at Baruch College of the City University of New York pursuing his Bachelor of Business Administration in finance with a minor in mathematics. He is presently working as a customer service representative for TD Bank and has been with the company for three years. Mohamed has also interned for the MTA New York City Transit, the largest North American public transportation agency. After his internship with the MTA, Mohamed received a full-time offer from the agency as a capital budget associate after graduation. Mohamed plans on pursuing a master's degree in financial engineering after receiving his BBA in finance.
Ibrahim Diallo
Director of Civic Engagement
Ibrahim Diallo received his Bachelor of Science in environmental science with a minor in mathematics from Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York. He is presently working as a laboratory technician for the general physics courses in the Department of Physics and Computer Science at Medgar Evers College. He also works with Professor Boxe at Medgar Evers College on research in the field of indoor and outdoor air quality. He previously worked as an undergraduate student researcher in Professor Greenbaum’s lab at Hunter College, focusing on renewable and sustainable energy. Ibrahim hopes to earn a Ph.D. in environmental engineering with a research focus on water remediation and one day become a scientist and faculty member in academia.
Mamata Bah
Director of Finance
Mamata graduated from Baruch College of the City University of New York, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration majoring in accounting, and minoring in communication studies. She is the co-founder and former Vice President of the Guinean Students Association at Baruch College (GSAB). Mamata will be interning this summer at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), one of the largest professional accounting firms in the world. She will be doing a rotational internship, which will allow her to choose between Tax and Audit. Mamata is a student member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, (AICPA), and a recipient of the AICPA Legacy Scholarship. She is a recipient of the 2017 Newton D. Becker Scholarship as well as the the National Association of Black Accountants, New York Chapter (NABA, NY) scholarship for two consecutive academic years. Mamata was granted both the Women Phenomenal Award and the PwC Distinguished Committee Member Award for her dedication and exemplary leadership roles. Mamata has been accepted to the Management Leadership for Tomorrow (MLT) program, which prepares its members for leadership roles in various industries. She aspires to get her CPA. Mamata hopes to earn her MBA from Harvard Business School in the coming years.