ADY MACAULEY ESQ. - COMMISSIONER, ACC
Ady Macauley Esq., Commissioner of the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC), holds a Bachelor of Law (LLB. Hons.) Degree from the University of London. He attained a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Education from the Inns of Court School of Law, City University, London. Mr. Macauley was called to the Bar of England and Wales at the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple and to the Bar of Sierra Leone.
From, 2005 to 2007, Mr. Macauley worked at Barrant & Co Firm of solicitors in London and served as its in-house Counsel in the Prison Law Department and provided services for clients serving jail sentences.
He also worked at the legal firms of A. Tejan-Cole & Associates and B & J Partners in Sierra Leone where he principally offered corporate and commercial services, supporting clients to set up companies. Mr. Macauley also served as Prosecuting/Defense Counsel at the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces Court Martial between 2010 and 2011.
From 2009 to 2010 he was Public Relations Officer of the Sierra Leone Bar Association. In 2010 he was elected Secretary General of the Association, a position he held for two terms.
He served as Board Member of Sierra Leone's Assets and Property Commission.
Mr. Macauley has attended several training courses in Africa and beyond relating to anti-corruption issues, law enforcement, Financial Intelligence issues, Money Laundering etc.
He joined the Commission in 2011 as Prosecutor and rose to the position of Chief Prosecutor in 2015. He was successful in prosecuting sensitive corruption cases that enabled Government to recover public funds that were pilfered by unscrupulous public officials.
Mr. Macauley participated in the review of Sierra Leone’s compliance with the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) between 2014 and 2015.
On the 14th March, 2016, President Ernest Bai Koroma appointed Ady Macauley Esq. as ACC Commissioner and was approved by Parliament on 7th April, 2016.
His vision is for the Commission to contribute to "improved and sustained democratic governance to ensure a socially and politically stable country".
SHOLLAY DAVIES - DEPUTY COMMISSIONER
Mr. Shollay Davies is the Deputy Commissioner of the Sierra Leone Anti-Corruption Commission. Prior to his appointment as Deputy Commissioner, he was the Director of Public Education and External Outreach Department of the Commission with the responsibility of educating the public on the dangers of corruption and the benefits of its eradication as well as fostering public support in combating it in Sierra Leone.
He has also served as the Director of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy Secretariat established in 2008 during the formative stages of the Secretariat to facilitate the roll out of the strategy in Sierra Leone.
The Deputy Commissioner has been involved in the fight against corruption since 2002 with the review of systems and processes of Ministries, Departments and Agencies and has participated actively in a host of regional and overseas anti-graft programmes. Until recently, he was the Financial Secretary of the Network of Anti-Corruption Institutions in West Africa (NACIWA), Member of the Advisory Board of the NACIWA Academy and presently a Member of the Independent Police Complaint Board (IPCB) in Sierra Leone.
He has participated and facilitated various workshops and training events in Corruption and Anti-Corruption, Procurement and Good Governance; delivering papers on corruption issues at regional workshops in West Africa and elsewhere.
Mr. Davies holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree in Human Resource Management and Marketing from the Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM), University of Sierra Leone.
KOLONEH SANKOH - DIRECTOR PUBLIC EDUCATION &EXTERNAL OUTREACH DEPARTMENT
Madam Koloneh Sankoh attended the Annie Walsh Memorial School in Freetown and later graduated from the Njala University College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. She worked as a professional teacher and examiner for several years in Liberia, Ghana, and Sierra Leone.
Upon leaving the classroom, she continued to work in the field of education, reintegrating of ex combatants into educational programs under the Sierra Leone Demobilization and Reintegration program.
She joined the commission in 2005 as community relations officer and advanced through the ranks to the position of director of Public education and outreach in 2014. Madam Sankoh holds a post graduate degree in governance and leadership and other certifications in communications, anti corruption and management.
As an individual Madam Koloneh Sankoh is characterized as a mother figure, a woman of integrity and discipline.
She is a Founder member of the 50/50 group, and participates in several charities. In recognition of her dedication to service she received in June 2015, from the Ministry of political and public affairs an award for outstanding contribution and role played in the empowerment of women, innovation and access to service delivery.
VICTOR SYLVANUS PEACOCK - DIRECTOR INTERNAL AUDIT
Victor Sylvanus Peacock holds a Technician Diploma in Accounting from the Institute of Public Administration and Management (IPAM). He is also a certified Chattered Accountant – ACCA.
Mr. Peacock joined the Anti Corruption Commission in December 2006 as Assistant Finance Officer and in 2008 he was redeployed to the then Internal Audit Unit as Internal Auditor. He rose through the ranks as Head of Internal Audit Unit and in 2013 he became Director Internal Audit Department.
He is a Christian and is married with two kids.