2017 Leadership Team
STEPHAN T. BAKANA (President)Board member of the organization, Mr Bakana is the new President of the Congolese Community of Chicago who's serving his first mandate. He has lived in the city of Chicago for years and he's married with kids
PATRICK NTULA (Chairman of Board)Board member of the organization, Mr Ntula is the new Chairman of the Congolese Community of Chicago. He has been living in the USA for over 20years and since then, has contributed in the growth of the organization. In 2008, the community had organized a USA-Congolese soccer championship which has always been one of the remarkable and successful Congolese gathering of the Midwest and Mr Ntula was among the leading organizers. He's married with children and currently works for BMO Harris Bank loc
FIRMIN SENGA (Vice-Chair)Board member of the organization, Mr Senga is the Vice-Chairman of the Congolese Community of Chicago. He's married and has lived in Chicago for years. This is his second vice-chairmanship mandate
BIJOUX D. NLANDU (Secretary)Board member of the organization, Mrs Nlandu is the new secretary of the Congolese Community of Chicago. She is serving her second mandate as a board member and has taken on the Secretary position. She's married, a mother of two children, a business owner, has passion to educate and coach children and she is also involved with Glory House international ministries located in Prospect Height IL.
HANS BK (Board Member)Board member of the organization, Mr Basengana is married to Florette Dipa and has been a part of the organization for years. He has lived in the city of Chicago for more than 11years and has contributed in organizing many event involving the community under his production company "AfricaChica Production. As an humanitarian, he's the founder of Believe Again Foundation, a non profits organization established to assist the needy and voiceless around the world, precisely
FREDDY OKEDI (Board Member)Board member of the organization, Mr Okedi is married and has been living in the city of Chicago for years. This is his second mandate as the board member