Lillian Bradley was born in Accra, Ghana and raised in Heber City, Utah. She is currently receiving her Bachelor’s Degree in Intercultural Studies (emphasis in Peacebuilding) and secondary emphasis in Anthropology at Brigham Young University -Hawaii. Founder of Fahodie (freedom) for Friends, a non-profit organization that focuses on the prevention of Human Trafficking. Lillian has given numerous speeches in the United States and West Africa about the issue. She has been using her voice and story to make a difference for three years. She now represents ENA as a spokesperson to end modern slavery.
Natalie Fehlman is currently a senior at Brigham Young University-Hawaii, studying Intercultural Studies. Her primary emphasis of study is in International Peacebuilding, and her secondary emphasis is in Anthropology. She is a representative for the Fight the New Drug organization and has teamed up with media specialists to produce videos highlighting Sex Trafficking and prevention efforts. Natalie recently joined Engage Now Africa as an Ambassador in Hawaii to eradicate modern slavery and help spread awareness. She is currently working with ENA spokesperson Lilian Martino Bradley.
Tito Momen is Engage Now Africa’s Advocate for Refugees in the United States. He has made it his mission to help end the exploitation and vulnerability of African refugees here in the United States so they can become self-reliant, new Americans. Prior to this he worked for ENA in Ghana in 2006 as a liaison officer, Self-Support Assistance Program, and spent several years working with Liberian refugees in the UNHCR camp. A refugee himself from Africa, he has now made his home in Utah where he is married and pursuing his BA in political science with an emphasis on peace and justice.
Tito’s life experiences are featured in his book “My Name Used to be Mohammad” which he co-authored with Jeff Benedict and was sponsored by ENA. Tito’s story is one of unimaginable hardships overcome. A memoir of faith, freedom, and redemption, this is an inspirational story of a man whose life decisions resulted in a life sentence at notoriously harsh Egyptian prison until his physical and spiritual release. Tito is a sought after public speaker and is featured at many public and private events.
He is also fluent in Arabic and has cultivated many positive relationships with various religious and community leaders, Universities, local non-profits, and law enforcement agencies. We are proud Tito is utilizing his vast experiences to help refugees here in the United States.