“The Youth Assembly is a platform that transforms young people into change agents by giving them the right tools and opportunities to find their voice.”
Delton Domah is a Liberian student leader and a graduate student at Towson University majoring Information Assurance. He holds the Global Competence Certificate from AFS Intercultural Programs.
He currently serves as Liberia Representative to the Youth Assembly headquartered in New York, USA. Since joining the Youth Assembly, Delton has had the opportunity to forge impactful networks and partnered with young leaders in his community driving social change. He has since gone on to be recognized as Outstanding Youth Ambassador twice (at the 26th and 27th Youth Assembly).
Delton’s passion for youth capacity development and humanity has led him to work with several local and international organizations in organizing multiple youth focused programs, rendering humanitarian assistance across Liberia, and promoting Liberian art and culture.
Delton is a board member of Healing Liberia, a charitable organization based in Liberia assisting less fortunate Liberians with critical medical support and care.
His innovations are tailored at alleviating some of Liberia’s worse impediments, including sexual and gender-based violence, the development of ICT in Liberia, support to the education and health sectors, youth empowerment, equality, social justice and inclusion.