Founder and Executive director at Action for Justice and Human Rights have received the Goalkeepers Global Goals Campaign Award.
Miss Sheriff is the Former Speaker of the then Liberia Children’s Parliament which has been changed to the Children’s Representative Forum. She is the first female to serve this position now Children’s Forum. The honoree also served as County Coordinator at Liberia Bus Project.
The young Liberian who is currently studying in the U.S received the award from the Bill and Malinda Gates Foundation for her effort in organizing and empowering young people in Liberia.
Miss Sheriff has over the years used her advocacy strength to allow children to promote human rights and demand equal justice, especially for children and girls.
The human rights advocate work which focuses mainly on the youth and girls has inspired many young Liberians especially girls who always want to explore in the future.
Satta Sheriff is a household name to advocacy amongst her peers especially within the space of the national debate championship in Liberia.
She was the first female to become the most valuable player of the National Debate Championship in 2016. In 2019, Miss Satta also emerged as the first brand ambassador for Youth for Change Liberia (YOC).