Wantoe is the President of the Class of 2022 at the College of Mount Saint Vincent Student Government Association. He is a Sustainable Development Goals Advocate and Writer for Restless development U.K. He also serves as a U.N Youth Representative of the Sisters of Charity Federation to the DGC and a Representative to the U.N working group on homelessness. At his College , he is a Co-Campus Director of the Millennium Campus Fellowship. In 2019, Wantoe Teah Wantoe was recognized with the The Diana Award which is highest accolade a young person can achieve for social action or humanitarian efforts during its 20th anniversary. In 2018, Out of 20 Finalists from hundreds of submissions received from all the continents Wantoe Teah Wantoe emerged as the Winner for the Global Young Voices 2018 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) World Cup for his commitment to the SDGs and his project on Environmental Preservation in Liberia. He is a Certified 2018 Obama Foundation Community Leadership Asset and Dialogue Alumni and the 2017 Friendship ambassador Foundation Leadership Humanitarian award for his advocacy, and Leadership. He is a currently an honor student double majoring in Public policy and Sociology at the College of Mount Saint Vincent in New York. At the start of the 2013 Wantoe was a member of global youth steering committee to develop and implement the Global Voice for Change project which supported young people around the world to connect, learn and advocate together. The project started in West Africa, with Wantoe, and within two years connected young people working with Plan International in over 14 countries advocating on issues including humanitarian action, climate change and girls’ rights. With this project Wantoe wrote Blogs highlighting the challenges of children and youth during the Ebola outbreak, participated in a regional video vlog with other youth from affected countries. Along with the National Children and Youth Advisory Board, they share prevention messages and curb a statistical data of the amount of children who had die and became orphans of the crisis, with guidance from the Defense for Children international Liberia. In September 2015, He participated in the crafting of the Doha Youth declaration on Reshaping the Humanitarian Agenda in Qatar and also spoke at the where he also shared the challenges of the Ebola on Liberians and west Africa charging global leaders toward building resilience in those country after a deadly pandemic. In May 2015, He participated and delivered a Preliminary Statement at the United Nations World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul Turkey. His speech generated over 3,000 commitments to action and more than a dozen new partnerships and initiatives for a meaningful change for the world. In 2018 he served as a campus ambassador of friendship Ambassador Foundation rallying Liberians to attend the 21 session of the youth assembly in New York. His passion for African youth notably led his view on the Huff post in His Op-ed on the Day of an African Child.