Mr. A. Blamoh Sieh is both an Engineer and Manager by training with a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from IHE-UNESCO Institute in Delft, the Netherlands. Before joining the Liberia National Commission on Small Arms, Mr. Sieh has been a prominent civil society leader and has a wealth of experience in human rights and pro-democracy advocacy work in Liberia. He helped to co-found 2 sub-regional civil society organizations (the Mano River Union Human Rights Network and the West Africa Human Rights Defenders Coalition), and also co-founded 2 national civil society organizations (MODHAR and FOCUS) which are now very actively engaged in serving their respective target groups. Mr. Sieh served the National Human Rights Center of Liberia, a human rights and pro-democracy network, as its second National Coordinator – a post he held for a record five years with distinction.

As an engineer, Mr. Sieh also worked with a couple of national and international agencies including the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC) as a Department Manager; OXFAM-GB/Liberia as an Emergency WATSAN Project Officer and the International Labour Organization (ILO) Office in Liberia as National Programme Coordinator for solid waste. Mr. Sieh also served at the National Elections Commission as Director for Civic/Voter Education and then later as Coordinator for the 2011 Constitutional Referendum.

His duty at the Liberia National Commission on Small Arms started with the position of Program Director, a post he served from July 2015 up to September 2019 when he was promoted to head the Technical Secretary as Coordinator.