David Vandy is the Chairman of the African Gospel Network. He is an International Broadcaster, producer, and host of the popular music show ‘African Beat’ at the Voice of America in Washington DC, He has, produced and directed multiple plays in Sierra Leone and is a founding member of one of the leading Theatre groups in Sierra Leone; Kailondo Theatre. David also produced and directed plays at the African Studies Department Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone. He worked as Radio Broadcaster for several radio stations in Sierra Leone including the United Nations Mission Radio and the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Service Radio/Television where he created, produced and directed the first comedy television soap opera ‘Dee Vee Productions’ now ‘Wan Pot’.
David founded the Sierra Theatre Productions, which is the first Sierra Leonean theatre company to be established in the United States. An organization that has performed cultural Sierra Leonean plays at the prestigious Kennedy Center for the first time ever, and the Smithsonian museum. He is the Vice Chairman of The Sierra Leone Association of Artists and Musicians and is also the Chairman of the 50th Independence planning committee to the Embassy of Sierra Leone. David has been honored by the African Cultural Alliance of North America in Collaboration with the House of Representatives of the State of Pennsylvania and the Council of the City of Philadelphia with 2 Award/Citations for his contribution to the development of Arts and Culture in the African Community through the radio program 'AFRICAN BEAT' at the Voice of America