Gyude Bryant - Chairman and interim leader
Harry A. Greaves - Advisor to the Chairman on Economic Affairs.
Thomas Yaya Nimely - Liberia's Foreign Minister-Designate's Roland Duo, Assistant Minister for Coast Guard Affairs, Ministry of National Defense
Onu Adighibi - Assistant Minister for Commerce, Ministry of Commerce & Industry.
Bill Aston - Assistant Minister for Administration, Ministry of Transport.
J. Allison Barco - Director-General, Liberia Broadcasting System; Barco served as Deputy Director General for Administration at the Liberia Broadcasting System under the last administration.
Ambassador Fred Bass-Golokeh - Advisor to the Chairman on International Affairs, he was in service with the Foreign Ministry of Liberia in the 1990s.
Professor Willie Belleh - Chief of Staff and Director of the Cabinet; Liberian academic & politician. Secretary General of the Liberian Action Party, former Dean of the College of Business and Public Administration, University of Liberia and also a member of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Liberia chair the Committee.
Daniel L. Chea - Minister of National Defense. Chea was Defense Minister under Charles Taylor's NPP administration.
Albert Chie - Assistant Minister for Exploration & Research, Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy.
Dr. Peter S. Coleman - Minister of Health & Social Welfare.
A. Vamuyan Corneh - Assistant Minister for Revenue, Ministry of Finance.
Emmanuel Crawford - Deputy Minister for Revenue, Ministry of Finance.
George Dweh - Speaker of the National Transitional Legislative Assembly. A founding member of the former rebel Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (Lurd). An executive of Roosevelt Johnson's former militia, Mr. Dweh's has been accused of being linked to atrocities committed during Liberia's 14-year conflict and is known as one of the late General Samuel Doe's alleged death squad members. Mr. Dweh fought for ULIMO during a savage seven-year civil war in the 1990s in which 200,000 people died.
Cheye Doe - Managing Director of the National Port Authority (NPA). Brother of the Late Samuel Doe and Leader of MODEL.
Jackson E. Doe - Minister of State for Presidential Affairs. Cousin to the Late President Samuel Doe and an executive member of the warring rebel group LURD.
Roland Duo - Assistant Minister for Coast Guard Affairs, Ministry of National Defense.
Sekou A. Fahnbulleh - Assistant Minister for Planning & Research, Ministry of Posts & Telecommunication.
Edward Farley - Director of GSA.
Joseph Z. Freeman - Assistant Minister for Statistics, Ministry of Planning & Economic Affairs.
Joe Gballah - Managing Director, Liberia Telecommunications Corporation
Jessie Gbeyanue - Assistant Minister for Administration, Ministry of Public Works.
Saa R. Gbollie - Assistant Minister for Rehabilitation, Ministry of Justice.
Ambrose Gbormie - Assistant Minister for Afro-Asian Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Gbormie was spokesman for the National Patriotic Front (NPF).
Lawrence George -Deputy Minister for Administration, Ministry of State.
Thomas M. Goba - Deputy Minister for Administration, Ministry of Agriculture.
Theophilus C. Gould - Deputy Minister/Solicitor-General, Ministry of Justice
Christian G. Herbert - Minister of Planning & Economic Affairs.
Nathan Horace -Assistant Minister, Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Kolubahzizi Howard - Deputy Managing Director for Administration, Liberia Telecommunications Corporation, a position he held in the last administration.
George Howe -Deputy Minister for Administration, Ministry of Labor.
Cllr. Kabineh Janneh - Minister of Justice. Janneh was the leader of LURD's delegation at the peace talks in Accra.
Lusine Kamara - Finance Minister.
Mustafa Kamara - Deputy Minister of Commerce.
Rt. General Philip B. Karmah - Advisor to the Chairman on Military Affairs. Philip Karmah was Minister of National Security and former commanding General of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL). Karmah once fought against Charles Taylor's NPFL.
Varmah Kanneh -Transport Minister, Kanneh was former Council of State.
David Kolleh - Assistant Minister for Debt Management & Expenditure.
Moses Kpawee - Deputy Minister for Technical Services, Ministry of Public Works.
Ansumana Kwesiah - Deputy Minister of Public Works.
Sia Luseni - Private Secretary to the Chairman.
Abel M. Massalay - Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Nyah Manten - Deputy Minister for Administration, Ministry of Commerce & Industry.
Joseph Mayah - Managing Director, Liberia Electricity Corporation; a position he held in the last administration.
Jacob Mendscole - Security Consultant to the Chairman.
H. Dan Morias - Minister of Internal Affairs, Morias was former Superintendent of Maryland County. Mr. Gennady Pavlovich Medvedve a Russian national and owner of the famous sailing vessel "M.V. Zolotitsa" accused Superintendent Morias of being in possession of his stolen vessel. The superintendent claimed to have bought the vessel. The vessel was in the government’s custody at the Freeport of Monrovia when it was stolen and taken to the port of Harper, Maryland County, where the vessel reportedly sunk.
Alex Mulbah - Assistant Minister for Extension Services, Ministry of Agriculture.
George Mulbah -Assistant Minister for Trade Union Affairs, Ministry of Labor.
Eugene Lenn Nagbe - Minister of Posts and Telecommunication (NPP). Eugene Nagbe, served as vice president’s Blah Chief of Office Staff during the Taylor administration.
Ellen Natt -Assistant Minister for Social Services, Ministry of State. Former Grand Bassa County Superintendent.
Blamoh Nelson -Senior Advisor to the Chairman on the Scrupulous implementation of the Peace Accord. Nelson was President Taylor's Director-General of the Cabinet.
Thomas Yaya Nimely - Liberia's Foreign Minister-Designate. Nimely is chairman of the second rebel group in the Liberian conflict, the Movement For Democracy in Liberia (MODEL). Nimely was born in Pleebo in Maryland County of Liberia on November 5, 1956. Nimely has American Citizenship.
Jimmy Nyawapulu - Assistant Minister for Social Services, Ministry of Health & Social Welfare.
Isaac Nyenabo - Vice Governor, Central Bank of Liberia.
Francis Paye, Deputy Managing Director for Administration, Liberia Produce Marketing Corporation.
Zoe Pennoey - Deputy Managing Director, Liberia Petroleum Refinery Corporation (LPRC).
Roosevelt Quiah - Chairman, National Investment Commission (NIC).
Soko V. Sackor - Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs.
Isaiah Tee Saley - Managing Director, LPMC.
Aliyu Sheriff - as chief of staff of the Armed Forces of Liberia (AFL). Sheriff is military chief of staff of the Liberians United for Reconciliation and Democracy (LURD) rebel movement.
Geevon Smith - Deputy Minister for Civil Aviation, Ministry of Transport. Wellington Geevon Smith is an exiled Liberian journalist and media consultant at the Media Foundation for West Africa
Edwin M. Snowe - Managing Director, Liberia Petroleum Refining Corporation (LPRC);. Snowe is the President of Liberia Football Association.
Cllr. Lavalla Supuwood - Labour Minister. Supuwood was former justice minister.
Eddington Varmah - as Deputy Speaker of the NTLA. Varmah was former Minister of Justice under Charles Taylor
Mulbah Willie - Deputy Minister for Operations, Ministry of Lands, Mines & Energy; Willie was deputy Minister of Lands and Mines and was suspended by the Taylor administration for being involved in the smuggling of Diamonds.
Roger Woodson - Managing Director, Liberia Water & Sewer Corporation;
Joe Wylie -Deputy Minister for Administration, Ministry of Defense; Wylie is the military advisor of LURD.
Isaac Yonly - Assistant Minister for Special Services. Isaac Yonly is a member of the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA) and was the spokesman for All Liberian Coalition Parties at the peace talks in AKOSOMBO, Ghana