Shedrick Bricks Seton was born in Harbel, a town located in West-Central Liberia where the Firestone Rubber Plantations Company was established. A member of the inaugural class of the President’s Young Professional Program (PYPP) Seton served as technical focal person for President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf’s Auxiliary Programs; African Leaders Malaria Alliance (Chair), Champion For Global Fund Replenishment, Champion for Nutrition, and Economic Management Secretariat (Coordinator).
Mr. Seton is a member of the Liberia YMCA and a founding member of The Youth Development Corps, Grand Bassa County, Liberia. He has worked as an Operator at Radio One (Magic FM), a youth amateur radio station in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County, Liberia.
An activist for social change, Seton’s first book, The Falcon, is a satire about Liberia and its establishment; the failures, regrets, and possibly, a way forward. Like his first book, Forget Me Not My Love, is a reminder of a society still pleading for change.
Seton attended the Firestone Public School System and later went on to earn a BSc degree in Political Science from the University of Liberia.
Shedrick and his wife, Anita, have four children: Shanita, Silvia, Sharon, and Shedrick Z.B. Seton (aka Miracle). The family lives in Woodbridge, Virginia