Kou Amelia Dahn has a passion for leadership, advocacy and community services and has been volunteering her services with reputable institutions in Kakata city and Liberia at large since she was a teenager. She worked with the Margibi County Health Team during the fight against Ebola epidemic in Liberia as a Psychosocial Support Officer, where she worked closely with affected families, Survivors, and Orphans of ebola. She worked with the survivors to found the Survivors Network in Margibi County. She is currently serving as Program Coordinator at Rising Youth Mentorship Initiative (RYMI). Through the incubator, she intends to develop the Youth Peace Initiative to transform the way Liberian youths react to misunderstanding sduring elections and change their behaviors from argumentative approaches, toward corporative solutions. This means the initiative will shift the attitudes and interactions between youth groups during the 2020 mid-term election, so they can work together to build a peaceful community by choosing joint problem-solving over violence.