February 13 & 20

5:00pm to 9:30pm

February 14 & 21

8:00am to 5:00pm

February 15 & 22

8:00am to 5:00pm

February 16 & 23

8:00am to 12:30pm

Douala Congress Dates Feb13-16

Kribi Congress Dates Feb 20-23



Associate Professor in Educational Leadership

  • Dr. Zora Wolfe is an Associate Professor in Educational Leadership, at Widener University, PA, USA.  She holds an MA in Science Education, from Teachers College, Columbia University, and her EdD in Educational Leadership, from the University of Pennsylvania. She has experience in preschool through secondary schools, as a teacher, principal and curriculum director, in public and private schools. Her research areas of expertise include organization and leadership development, creating learning communities, and improving teacher practice in K-12 schools. 



Medical Doctor/TRIPS Board Vice President


  • Medical doctor from the University of Bergen, Norway, 2007

  • MD in psychiatric department, hospital in Bergen 2008

  • Family doctor in Aakra Medical Center, Aakrehamn, Norway since 2009

  • MD in psychiatric department, Haugesund hospital 2017

  • Specialist of family medicine, 2018

  • Leading doctor of disease control and prevention in the local authorithy of Karmøy kommune,  Norway since 2015



General Practicioner

Patrick has his MD from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. He trained individuals to provide basic-medic level healthcare at a village or community level in areas where there is no other health care available within a reasonable time frame. He has trained both nationals and expatriates to do healthcare work at various levels - from providing basic first aid to diagnosing and treating the most common diseases.

He has also done community health teaching in basic subjects such as sanitation, the use of oral rehydration solution etc and I have trained others to teach these subjects.

Medical practice and counseling in General practice, with a special emphasis in the last 15 years working in the areas of addiction and mental illness. As part of multidisciplinary teams he has worked with the homeless population.

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General Counsel for YWAM Kona

Allen and Julie Anjo are lawyers with the Office of General Counsel for University of the Nations, Kona. 

They are passionate about law and government issues and have a background in corporate law, criminal law and general practice law. They are developing college curriculum and training to equip and empower people to be advocates and change the world through the law and government sphere.  

Allen has a Juris Doctorate from Regent University School of Law as well as several master’s degrees. He utilizes his educational background to advocate and teach individuals to develop a deeper understanding of the foundations of law and government, and how to utilize the knowledge to bring effective change to the world.  

Julie has a Juris Doctorate from Liberty University School of Law as well as an LLM in International Human Rights from the University of London, Queen Mary School of Law. She is an adjunct professor in International Comparative Human Rights and is passionate about human rights and the rule of law.




Jackson Ndecheck has served within full-time intercultural Missions for 20 years including Africa, Asia, Europe and the United States of America. While serving in Sub-Saharan African Region, Ndecheck Jackson became the director of the Discipleship Training Center for Youth With A Mission in Nigeria, Training School leaders and helped oversee the multiplication of the Discipleship Training School in 7 other Locations within 5 years.


From 2005-2007, Jackson Ndecheck helped in the re-pioneering of a Training Campus in Noepe Togo and served as the Director for the Discipleship Training School at this location.


Jackson returned to Nigeria and served as the coordinator of an international Leadership Training Course involving 120 participants from 22 Nations.

In 2010, Jackson moved to the United States and completed his undergrads in Biblical Studies and an MA in Community Development with an Emphasis is Transformation through Education for Africa.


Jackson Ndecheck has taken part in numerous academic research in both graduates and post graduate level including the SourceView Project of the Seven Spheres of Influence lead by David Joel Hamilton.


Between 2016-2019, Ndecheck Jackson worked extensively with key and high level leaders in the Continent of Africa to test some of the theory of the Seven Spheres of Influence. The result which led to the founding of TRIPSAFRICA.


Jackson Ndecheck believes that addressing the culture and worldview of Africa through a Biblical skill-based education is key for African Transformation.


Jackson is Married to Anneke Klugkist from the Netherlands and they Live with their 4 Children Hope, REJoyce, Kyndness and WARRIOR in Kona Hawaii serving as full-time Staff with the University of the Nations Campus in Kailua-Kona.