Amadou G. Jallow smiles at the camera. His hair is closely cropped and he wears a beard on his chin and a short mustache.

Amadou G. Jallow has more than five years' experience in the energy and standardization field. Currently, Amadou is a standards officer at The Gambia Standards Bureau, where he develops national standards in the electrotechnical field and sensitizes citizens on energy management through standards. Amadou is a certified lead auditor in quality management systems with a diploma as a basic quality professional. He currently coaches local businesses to improve the quality of production through The Gambian Quality Association and provides career guidance to senior secondary school students through the New Nation platform. Amadou holds a bachelor's degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Amadou is motivated to end the energy crisis in The Gambia by actively engaging in regulatory framework research and development of new energy technologies to enhance the existing energy infrastructure. On completing the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, Amadou plans to introduce advanced energy policies and regulatory frameworks that will control the energy market and make it viable for Gambians to invest in large-scale renewable energy solutions, such as wind and solar power, that will improve existing infrastructure.

Last updated: 2021

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