Lojohomoi Lokonobei

Lojohomoi Lokonobei | South Sudan

Lojohomoi Lokonobei, a South Sudanese who relocated to the United States in 2016 to reunite with his family in Fort Morgan, later settled in Boulder, Colorado. With a diverse professional background, Lojohomoi has made significant contributions across various sectors, He served within the Boulder Valley School District for four years before transitioning to the financial sector, where he excelled as a teller/cashier at Huntington National Bank, honing his financial expertise. His educational journey commenced in 2012 when he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration focusing on banking and finance from Cavendish University in Kampala, Uganda.

In 2014, Lojohomoi sought to apply his knowledge to effect positive change. He spent three years working at the Central Bank of South Sudan, gaining valuable experience in financial governance. In 2020, he pursued a Master of Public Administration at Claremont Lincoln University in California, graduating in November 2023 with a specialization in Strategic Innovation and Collective Impact on Leadership Governance. 

Committed to community service, Lojohomoi has dedicated his time to various initiatives, including serving as director of public relations, director of finance, and project writer at the Haula Community Organization. Additionally, he plays a significant role within the South Sudanese Community in Denver, currently serving as deputy chairperson. Lojohomoi also represented Colorado as an associate delegate with Refugee Congress for three years, advocating for the rights and needs of refugees. Furthermore, he actively engages with the United Nations Association – Denver Metro Chapter, serving as Associate Director of Membership & Volunteers, working to promote the principles and vital work of the United Nations. 

Currently, as a case manager for refugees and asylees at Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains, Lojohomoi continues his passionate commitment to humanitarian efforts, striving to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need.