Samuel Mulle is the CEN Board Chairperson and has worked for more than 11 years with non-governmental organizations all of which dealt with media activities in South Sudan. He has held various positions ranging from broadcast to monitoring and evaluation roles where he performed various technical and analytical tasks while developing his skill set and capacities.
As a data analyst who has been passionate in media and governance, he has served seven years working in a Monitoring, Evaluation, Research & Learning (MERL) setting, contributing to the collection and analysis of feedback data in communities. He has been involved in the training of Accountability to Affected Population (AAP) officers in various field locations in the country in addition to working as a community communications and engagement (CCE) focal point in the UN Humanitarian Response Cluster meetings.
His analysis interests are not but limited to media and governance. When Samuel is not engaging his monitoring and evaluation skills, he is strategizing methodologies of transforming South Sudan socio-culturally and socio-economically.
Samuel is a community organizer and an innovation enthusiast with an ambition to transform society through knowledge, enterprise and public service. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree with Majors in Political Science and Minors in Sociology and an M.A in Peace and International Relations.
He believes that appreciating people’s cultural diversities and opening to new ideas inspires citizens to become informed, more tolerant, and more valuable contributors to their organizations and communities.