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Our Team

Michelle Chimuka

Executive Director

Let yourself be drawn by the stronger pull of that which you truly love

Rumi

Michelle is a Chartered Accountant who started her career in the private sector working for one of the ‘Big Four’ firms. Her passion to make a difference eventually lured her towards the development sector and in 2014, with a brother with Down syndrome having no avenue to pursue a career path of his own choosing, she founded the Sani Foundation. Her business background has equipped her with a broad set of management and leadership skills which has allowed her to build a strong network of volunteer and community support.

Moses Silanda

Chairperson

Moses is currently serving as Sani Foundation’s Board Chairperson and has vast experience in financial management and administration, risk management, compliance and systems controls development with over 10 years work experience in Finance and Accounting. Moses is also an Accountancy and Financial Management Trainer, and has trained many graduates in different professional courses. He currently runs a training and consultancy business and provides advice to several company boards. He is also the current chair for the CIMA Zambia branch membership committee.

Audrey Mwansa

Vice Chairperson
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Beenzu Chilima

Treasurer
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Abigail Chimuka

Secretary
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Jo Pope

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Chilufya Chileshe

Member

Chilufya Chileshe is a Zambian woman with over ten years of experience working in civil society. She has experience in national, regional and international policy advocacy, research, civil society strengthening, grant making and monitoring and evaluation. Chilufya has been an avid researcher on Zambia-China relations and has written papers and had many speaking engagements on the subject since 2009. In her spare time she supports artistic development and empowerment of youth through for instance. Chilufya, holds BA and Masters Degrees in Public Administration and International Development from Universities in Zambia, South Africa and UK

Daphne Chimuka

Member

You may feel very secure in the pond that you are in, but if you never venture out of it, you will never know that there is an ocean, a sea

C. Joy Bell

An educationist, a development worker and a gender activist with over 25 years of progressive experience in management of public and civil society institutions. Her charge at FAWE Regional Secretariat includes raising the capacity status of FAWE Anglophone National Chapters across Africa to generate ‘best practices’ in girls’ education through demonstrative interventions and influence gender responsive education policy and practice; and galvanising female leadership in continental efforts to militate against barriers to girls’ their full participation in education. Among her areas of specialisation are; facilitating organisational capacity assessments; designing orgnisational capacity development plans; conducting training needs assessments; facilitating training in various gender related areas.

Kalila Chellah

Member
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