WASD is very keen to include members in the Editorial Advisory Boards (EAB) from all parts of the world particularly those from the Developing Countries (DCs) ensuring a good level of diversity in terms of cultures, age groups, levels of experience and gender. We are also very keen to include distinguished academics and professionals from key national universities and research institutions. We are also very keen to include members from women, youth and young academics and researchers to ensure we have a good mix in all our various EABs. We also very keen to ensure each EAB members’ expertise represents all the subject areas covered by the journal’s scope (including areas we plan to grow into). We are very pleased that all our editorial committees are truly international in terms of their interests and range of specialization. The validated academic background that they bring to bear on the quality of the review as well as their geographic areas of interest foster a uniquely different editorial experience. WASD is very grateful for all our distinguished EABs who graciously offering their invaluable comments that have enriched the quality of the papers in all our publications and also for making available to us their valuable time and efforts.