Adolph Dagan | Founder Dagan Foundation

The Dagan Foundation is launched by Mr. Adolph A. Dagan, his wife Kafui and his friends in May 2012.

Mr. Adolph Dagan was born and raised in Daganhoe, a little village in the prefecture of Moyen Mono, Togo, West Africa. He was passionate for education when he was so little but he could not go to school only when he was seven years old because the school was about two miles from his village and he had to walk. He also lost his father when his was seven. He suffered a lot in his life but he resolved to be successful in his life. His dream was to attend university to become a medical doctor in order to assist patients or a lawyer to defend people. He finally attended Law school (Faculté de Droit) at University of Benin in Lomé, Togo, now called university of Lomé. He dropped out and did not finish his degree because of the lack of money.

In 2014, God opened him doors to come to the United States of America. He enlisted in the United States Army in 2006 and retired medically in 2009. Adolph Dagan held a Bachelor of Art in International Relations with Peacekeeping from American Military University (AMU) in 2010 and a Master of Art in Teaching from Austin Peay State University in 2014.

Adolph Dagan is a French Teacher at Clarksville Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) in Tennessee since August 2014. Prior to that, He was Assistant Teacher at Fort Campbell Schools in Kentucky. He is also an Evangelist, a Motivational Speaker and a co-auteur of “Magnificent Men” book.

Adolph Dagan is married to Kafui and they have four children.