“ 1940-2018. Mamady had strong professional networks across West Africa. He led international trading companies and worked for large US entities in the private and public sectors. He founded the US-Guinea Chamber of Commerce, and the N'ko Institute. ”
Mamady Doumbouya, 1940-2018.
Mamady left Guinea for the United States in the 1960s. He attended the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, where he graduated with a degree in information systems management and decision sciences. Mamady had strong kinship ties and professional networks across West Africa. He led international trading companies and worked for major US corporations including EDS.
He was also an experienced developer and manager of real estate properties, with multiple properties in the US and Guinea. Mamady’s understanding of international operations and administrative frameworks in West Africa supported JOBOMAX / American Homebuilders of West Africa's effective negotiation of cultural and bureaucratic protocols in the field. He was a leader in the Guinean Diaspora community, and a long-time proponent of local language literacy through the N'Ko Institute, which he founded.