Famoh Toure

Famoh Toure

Famoh S. Toure is the Refugee Resettlement Program Manager at HIAS Pennsylvania. He is a development practitioner and a leader in public/non-governmental organizations (NGOs) with over 15 years of experience empowering others to be self-sufficient and become productive citizens in their communities.

Famoh has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration/Organizational Leadership from Southern New Hampshire University and a Master of Science Degree in Community Economic Development from the School of Community Economic Development of Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU). In addition to these degrees, Famoh has several certificates, including Advanced Leadership for Organizational Transformation, Project Management, Reception and Placement (R&P), Quarterly Consultation (QC), and Reception & Placement (R&P) Case Management Forms.

Famoh is very active in his community is currently serving as a board member for Conservation Law Foundation (CLF), Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success (ORIS), and New Neighbor Connections.

Famoh enjoys public speaking and has participated in many speaking engagements. He has been a keynote speaker at New Hampshire Technical Institute’s “Wings of Knowledge”, a panelist at the New Hampshire First Immigrant Integration Conference at Saint Anselm College, a Panelist at a University of New Hampshire program on refugees’ and immigrants’ experiences in New Hampshire, and a subject matter expert/panelist during a New Hampshire Public Radio discussion on President Biden’s proposed asylum restrictions.

Famoh currently lives in New Hampshire with his family. He enjoys being active, playing basketball, going to the gym, watching CNN, and spending time with his family.