A 22-year-old born and raised in the ever-growing city of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. Having just graduated from university with a Civil Engineering degree, I am looking for a challenging environment for growth to launch my career. As a quick learner with an aptitude for problem solving and creativity, I believe in adding value wherever I am and I look forward to utilising my capabilities to create a positive impact.
I am passionate about technology and innovation and I look forward to utilizing the skills and knowledge I gain in my life journey to make my mark.
Moses Yesubi Yoseph
Moses Yesubi Yoseph (28) is an Assistant Lecturer of Biblical Studies at the University of Arusha (Tanzania), where he collaborates with the Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies in initiating, designing, and implementing educational programs to train future community workers. Additionally, Moses also volunteers in giving services in several churches and educational institutions in Arusha and surrounding regions by conducting seminars and leadership/governance workshops. He is currently pursuing his PhD in Biblical and Theological Studies from Adventist University of Africa, Kenya. Moses is passionate with working with young people and the community, and he enjoys socializing, adventures, and music.
Dushime Zirimwabagabo Alliance & Bagabo Peace Blessing
I am Dushime Zirimwabagabo Alliance, I’m 17 years old and my brother’s name is Bagabo Peace Blessing and he’s 16 years old, we both live in Rwanda, Kigali city and we are both Christians, we love God.
We are still students as I’m in Senior 6 while my brother Blessing is in Senior 4 so this is our hobby right now as we don’t have any official job .
We like learning new things and helping the society as we can manage .
Jaffar Ahmada Bakari
Jaffar Ahmada Bakari (Male, 22yrs), is a youth advocate engaged with the National Children Advisory Board (NCAB) of Zanzibar as an advisor where also once served as Chair in the year 2017-2018. I am very versed in youth issues relating to child rights, child participation, and I have been actively involved in facilitating children’s consultative meetings (in both Zanzibar and Tanzania Mainland) to provide input to the UNCRC and UPR shadow reports in both Zanzibar and Tanzania Mainland. I provide strong contributions and bring new exciting ideas with great enthusiasm and energy. I have experience in different teaching/sensitization and leadership roles presented to me in my work and education paths. Currently I am a Minister of Information, Art, Culture and Sport at Mwalimu Nyerere Memorial Academy. I hold a Basic Technician Certificate and Ordinary Diploma in Community Development.
My name is Tasneem Twaha, I’m 23 years old and I live in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. I am a Degree graduate from the University of Dodoma.
Frankly speaking, I love learning, I love exploring the world diverse opportunities and use what i’ve learnt to change not only my life but also make a positive impact in the world. And how better else to inspire than to communicate with my fellow youths and more other experts on how we can be agents in making our world better and more suistanable and its why i am so honoured and excited to work and learn from you all.
Jennifer J Kayombo
Jennifer J Kayombo, a youth leader, adolescent and girls activist, certified by the UN-Tanzania as an SDGs Youth Ambassador (Champion), recognized as one among 100 Tanzania Sheroes in 2020, Super Woman Award winner in the category of Gender equality and Let us choose to challenge 2021 prize winner .
She is a fresh graduate pursued Bachelor of Project planning, management and community development, with a burning advocacy passion on SRHR and Gender issues, and for 4 years she served as a UNFPAs Youth Advisory Panel (YAP) and Afri-Yan (Africa youth and adolescent network for population and development) as a programs officer, and the youngest SRHR and Gender issues advocate in the Girl power team in Femina. She began her advocacy Journey in her early years (at her 15 age) of secondary school as a Social Prefect and Fema Club Chairperson volunteering in Raleigh Tanzania through ICS program in Kikombo village in Dodoma.
She likes to writes and she has been writing different educative and informative articles include books such that she is now working with Ministry of Health of Tanzania to endorse her book, she wrote to educate and inform adolescents on sexual reproductive health issues. She looks forward to explore more digital spaces through story telling by coming up with different advocacy and awareness messages.
She is currently serving in Afri-YAN (Africa Youth and Adolescents Network on Population and Development) as a programs officer. This is a regional youth network advocating on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and Youth Development in Africa. It is an adolescent and youth network which works to develop ideas and create innovative ways of answering young people’s social and economic problems, informing policies, participating in the process of sustainable development agenda and frame works, committing governments to accelerate discussions on youth engagement and participation at regional and global levels and promoting meaningful youth led accountability.
At such young age, Jennifer has attended various international SRHR and Gender issues trainings, workshops and conferences in Africa, and she has organized and helped implement various programs and events that pioneer SRHR and Gender advocacy across Tanzania.
My name is Tunu Lukumbuzya and currently teaching in an International Baccalaureate secondary school in Tanzania. I am a confident, energetic, and self-motivated professional who is dedicated to working with others from all age groups. I am an inspirational educator who has spent close to 30 years in the teaching profession. As an international adult, I have had exposure to various cultures and languages through my travels that began in my early childhood as a result of my family’s diplomatic background. If I were to choose a motto that represents my philosophy in life, it would be “knowledge is power”. From my Tanzanian parents, I learned that education affords a person control over their life when they use the knowledge they attain. From my experiences, I have come to comprehend that education not only takes place in a formal classroom setting, it also takes place wherever and whenever a person is open to learning from others and their surroundings. I am a lifelong learner who enjoys the challenge of taking on opportunities that continue to build my professional and personal experiences.
Leader, Business Operations at The Next Institute
Patricia is a builder who loves starting at ground zero and seeing a project from conception to reality. She enjoys working with a group of visionaries to develop ideas and implement strategies that have a positive impact on the clients and communities they serve. Patricia is a results-driven leader with over 15 years’ multi-faceted leadership experience and expertise in strategic and operational roles.
After a fulfilling career in the private sector, Patricia made the move to not-for-profit, leading fundraising teams through transition to achieve significant results with some of Calgary’s most recognizable organizations. Most recently, in an executive role, she led a Calgary based non-profit through a strategic plan focused on fiscal stability, program excellence, and growth. Patricia is currently completing her master’s in leadership at Royal Roads University.
Gabriel is the co-founder and Director of The Learnerspace, a company whose mission is to help build the future of learning. He is also co-founder of The Global School, the first school of its type in Latin America, attempting to make educational change a reality. Formerly Headmaster of St. Andrew’s Scots School in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the oldest bilingual school in the world, he is a passionate educational futurist who is intent on sharing his belief that it is the best time in history to be an educator. Gabriel is the author of five books, and has contributed as a co-author to numerous other books and anthologies. A former board member of ASCD and chair of ESSARP, he has spoken and led professional development workshops all over the world, working with educators to help create the future of education.
He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gabriel´s books on Amazon
The Global School
Andre Mamprin has been a student of both the Art and the Science of Leadership for more than two decades. His work developing leaders, designing leadership learning content and delivering programs to more than 20,000 Leaders as Executive Director of The Banff Centre, Leadership Development and as Leader of Knowledge Architecture at The Next Institute has created a foundation for meaningful change.
He has translated his experience as both a leader and entrepreneur in the Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, and Banking industries to designing and delivering intricate and often large-scale solutions for an array of blue chip organizations across North America.
He continues his learning as his Leadership evolves.
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