Board of Trustees
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Board of Trustees

Mr Baldwin Chiyamwika

Baldwin is a broad skilled person: Development Practitioner – an experienced NGO leader and Manager, Programmes Manager; Communications Specialist; Educator and Researcher. He has substantive experience in I/NGO leadership and management. He is currently Country Contact Person (CCP) for Hivos International Malawi Office. He also was Deputy Country Director (DCD) for VSO International Malawi Country Office; Executive Director (ED) for Media Council of Malawi (MCM); and Executive Director for Human Rights Consultative Committee (HRCC).

Mrs Dina D. Migochi

Dina Dembo Migochi is an HR professional and a member of IPMM with vast experience in the HR and Education fields. She has a Master of Science degree from the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom, a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Diploma in Education from the University of Malawi, Chancellor College. Currently, she works at the Law Commission as Head of Human Resources.

Mcluwen David Kachipanda

Member of the board and Chairperson of the Finance and Administration sub committee. He is an Internal Controls Manager at JTI Leaf Malawi limited. He is responsible for ensuring sound control environment and ensure that the company’s property is safeguarded, policies and procedures are adequate and are adhered to. Prior to the current role, he worked as a Financial Planning and Analysis Manager. Earlier on he worked with Unilever Malawi, Action Aid Malawi, MCC Ltd and NASFAM.

Dr. Chipo Kanjo

Member of the Board, Chairperson Sub Technical Committee of the board. She is an Associate professor in the Computer Science Department at Chancellor College.

Mrs. Martha Chizuma-Mwangonde

Member of the Board and currently Ombudsman for Malawi.

Dr. Peter Kazembe

Member of the Board, Country Director for Baylor International and a Paediatrician.

Dr. Wesley Sangala

Chairman of the Board, retired Secretary for Ministry of Health and Medical Doctor. For 30 years he worked for the Ministry of health in various positions. He obtained a medical degree, MB CHB, from the University of Manchester in 1972 and went on to pursue anaesthesia as a career. While Chief Technical Advisor for the MOPH assisted the Ministry in developing the SWAP and the EHP and he also oversaw the launch of the National Aids Commission, Roll Back Malaria, and produced the Draft document for the Reform of the Central Medical Stores and developed population policies for the country. Dr. Sangala was recently recalled back from retirement to reestablish the School of Anesthesia in Lilongwe which had been closed by the Ministry of Health.