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OUR TEAM

About us

Celebrating our Global Citizens


The Richard M Nixon Institute Alumni Association is made of former students of the Richard M. Nixon Institute in Monrovia, Liberia. We are an alumni-led service organization working toward bright futures for the students of Richard M. Nixon Institute and its thousands of graduates.


Meet Our Team

John and Minnie Wulu set up the school to educate their children in 1950. It gradually expanded to serve the entire community. You can learn more about the history on RMNI's website. Their descendants are working hard to maintain their legacy through an excellent education for the children of Monrovia.

Our Blog

An ongoing series of informational entries

Dr. JOHN WULU jr.

January 15, 2018

During our recent annual family meeting in Detroit, the Wulus pledged to contribute $25,000 each in 2018 towards this project. Please, let’s honor and build upon this promise – we need all the money we can come up with to kick off this project.

RMNIAA, let’s get the message out and join hands in giving back to Richard M. Nixon Institute.

Kaller Wulu-McKey

February 14, 2018

Thank you for supporting the Richard M. Nixon Institute. We’re glad that you are interested in helping us rebuild the new school buildings. This project will be monitored and evaluated regularly by dedicated alumni members on the ground (in Liberia). They will work collaboratively with the Richard M. Nixon Institute Maintenance Department in executing the project.

Johnnette  Wulu-Eggert 

March 15, 2018

We, the children of John and Minnie Wulu, Founders of Richard M. Nixon Institute are channeling our resources towards the rebuilding of a new school structure we promised our parents before their untimely death.

Eddie Wulu-Wilson

Vice President

March 15, 2018

In 2019 when our National Chairman Mr. Eddie Wulu-Wilson visited RMN, he could not help but observe the delipidated condition of the restrooms on the school main campus.

These restrooms were being used by more than 350 students and staff. Returning to the US, he brought the severity of the situation to the attention of the Board and in the spirit of our mantra “Not For Self But For Others,” this Ten Thousand US Dollars (US$10,000) Restroom Renovation Project was launched in June 2020.

Francois Demonique

President

March 15, 2018

My dearest Alumni!

Please join us. We are planning on celebrating 50 years of Richard M. Nixon Institute Monrovia, Liberia. which will culminate in a big end of the year reunion party in late 2020. We need you all to reach out to other alumni if you are in contact with past classmates or can help with a search.

Our Blog

An ongoing series of informational entries

Solomon Wulu

January 15, 2018

The fundamental problem facing Richard M. Nixon Institute is that the old school structure Buildings on the main campus are no longer safe for students.

It has gracefully reached its age and that makes it impossible to hold classes we used to have in the old school buildings. The foundations of the old buildings are broken and unfit for students to have classes.

Mr. & Mrs. Irvin Kofa Advisers to RMNIAA

February 14, 2018

It has been said that little is much when God is in it", for He has the power to transform weaknesses into strength and wickedness into goodness

I consider it both a blessing and great honor that I am not only the founding Teacher, Principal, etc. of the school but that God had used me to glorify His holy Name.

Emmanuel Wulu  

March 15, 2018

The next stage is to rebuild. The money involved in such projects are quite astronomical, which calls for all of us to contribute our quota.