A medical doctor specialized in Family Planning Management and Administration, Dr. Simbakalia served for the Tanzania Ministry of Health as a Family Planning Manager for almost a decade.
Dr. Simbakalia has been consulting for a Family Planning at the HealthScope Utu Mwanamke from 2000 - 2017.
Isaac, a Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry at Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) in Tanzania, teaches and provides supportive supervision on various academic issues including research, clinical supervision & research co-investigation. Isaac is an expert at promoting mental health in the workplace and Art Therapy Open Studio.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER - TTWG, TZ
Cairo is a lawyer with a degree obtained from Tumaini University College, Dar-es-Salaam in 2016. Cairo has sound leadership and management skills obtained from holding different positions. Cairo is the Program coordinator for TTWG and a committee member for Tanzania KVP forum.
Nasra serves as a Legal Officer and Public Prosecutor for the Tanzania Ministry of Home Affairs - representing the government in all legal matters at the Tanzania Fire and Rescue Force.
Nasra is passionate about social justice & human rights, particularly the respect, promotion and protection of the rights of persons with psychosocial disabilities as well as gender mainstreaming.
Weyden Wedderburn is considered a “prototypical entrepreneur” and an ”intrinsic intrapreneur”. He has built his professional career on a commitment to excellence in responsively morphing his approach to the nuances of today’s dynamic IT environment. In 1999, he launched Wedderburn Innovative Solutions (WIS), LLC, which provides IT Services to the public and private sector. Mr. Wedderburn is a consummate humanitarian. In 2016, he launched his own global non-profit, W3 Philanthropic Ventures which operates in 7 countries. He received his Masters of Science in Management Information Systems from Bowie State University in 1998.
A professional teacher with a Doctorate in Education, retired as the Assistant Director of Diversity on gender issues in the Education System & Community, Guidance & Counseling, HIV & AIDS Education and the Environment. Dr. Sayi is still serving her community in retirement consulting on gender issues for the Center for Management Excellency (CME) in London.