DR. Adama Bah
Dr. Adama Bah worked in the hospitality industry for over 25 years to the position of a Manager.
He founded the International Centre for Responsible Tourism-West Africa. It was established as a network of tourism professionals and regional training centre in West Africa to help the training of a significant number of Gambian and West Africans on issues of Responsible Tourism. Since it was established about 23 West African acquired their MSc on Responsible Tourism from Leeds Beckett University through a Commonwealth Scholarship. For 5 years from 2005, Adama was the Travel Foundation Project Manager for the Gambia.
Adama co-founded the Institute of Travel and Tourism of Gambia (ITTOG) and since it was founded in 2008, has been the Chairman on the board of directors.
In November 2004 Adama Bah won an international award as the person who made The Greatest Contribution to Responsible Tourism at the prestigious Responsible Tourism Award Ceremony at the World Travel Market in London.
Adama holds MSc in Responsible Tourism Management from Leeds Beckett University, the University that also awarded him a Doctorate Degree.