Mrs. Mukonoweshuro holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Science from the University of Zimbabwe, a post graduate diploma in management and a Masters in Business Administration degree from Nottingham Trent University. She has extensive managerial and leadership experience and exposure spanning the African Continent. Prior to joining Kingdom, she worked for TA Holdings Limited, The Coca Cola Company and IBM covering Central Africa and Southern Africa. She is currently the CEO for Kingdom Financial Holdings Limited.Maureen Gula-Ndebele
Maureen Gula-Ndebele is a Legal Practitioner with a private law firm, Gula-Ndebele & Partners Legal Practitioners whose areas of practice include commercial law, media law, notarial practice, conveyancing, natural resources law and policy, and financial sector regulation. She has in entered into strategic alliances with law firms from outside Zimbabwe, and rended legal advice to local and foreign entities and individuals doing business in Zimbabwe and the region.Nomasomi Mpofu
Nomasomi Mpofu is a programme and project management specialist with extensive program and project design, development and management experience across a number of sectors, in several countries in the Southern Africa region. Her primary interest and responsibility has always been the promotion of gender equality and equity and women’s empowerment.
Nomasomi has worked for the public sector in Zimbabwe and international development NGOs (Practical Action and Hivos Foundation). She also served in various capacities with the United Nations Development Program in Zimbabwe, including as an Assistant Resident Representative with responsibility for gender mainstreaming.
In the period January 2008 to December 2010 she was worked as Independent Development Consultant undertaking project evaluations, programme proposal formulation in the areas of community development, gender mainstreaming and HIV and AIDS. In addition to being a member of WUA’s ACBF Project Steering Committee, she has served on the boards of a number of NGOs that deal with gender and development issues. In January 2011, Nomasomi Mpofu joined the USAID Southern Africa Trade Hub, based in Gaborone, Botswana, as the Gender Integration Specialist.
She holds a B.A (Hon) – Geography from the University of Leicester and an M.A Degree - Environmental Planning for Developing Countries from the University of Nottingham, both in the United Kingdom.Marah Hativagone
Marah Hativagone is the Managing Director of Codchem which she co-founded in 1990 and has grown to be a major manufacturer of food ingredients in the SADC region. Marah has an MBA from Nottingham Trent University, a diploma in finance (ACCA) and a diploma in general management and sits on several corporate boards including a building society. She is the chairperson of the Zimbabwe Investment Centre and immediate past president of the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce. She has been involved with a UNIDO-funded business development network that assists upcoming businesswomen, equipping them to compete with their male counterparts.Dr Naomi Netsayi Wekwete
Dr Naomi Wekwete is currently working for the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Zimbabwe and is involved in policy-oriented research and consultancy work as well as supervision of Masters and PhD students. She holds a D.Phil in Applied Population Research, M.Sc. in Population studies and a B.Sc. in Economics (Hon). She runs a number of business activities under New Millennium Incorporated. These include the commercial production and marketing of tomatoes, potatoes and onions; production and marketing of fresh chicken and eggs; and production and marketing of pork and pork products.
Sandi Roberts is a trainer and consultant with over 18 years experiencein consultancy.She has done consultancy work in the DRC, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique and Zambia. A holder of an MSc Degree in Agriculture majoring in Horticulture from the University of Natal, Pietermaritzburg, Roberts specialises in the production of vegetables, although she also has broad based knowledge of row crops, fruit and flowers. She promotes the use of biological farming methods and has been a trainer on EU-funded in Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Namibia. She runs her own vegetable exporting company, a horticultural trial site and commercial seedling nursery.
Mrs. Susan Makore
Susan Makore is the managing director of Mighty Movies, the largest independent media production house in Zimbabwe, providing a wide range of media services that include video and film editing, television/radio commercials/programmes and outside broadcast facilities, among others. Makore has 14 years of experience in the media industry. She has been a lecturer in both South Africa and Zimbabwe and is currently a part-time lecturer in the post graduate media studies programme at the University of Zimbabwe. She was instrumental in the setting up of Kidznet, a unit specialising in children’s programmes. She is also a published writer, sits on several boards and is a PROWEN trustee.
Susan Muzite is the Executive Director of Research Council of Zimbabwe. Prior to this, she was director in the Office of the President for over 3 years in the departments of Policy Implementation and Science and Technology Development. She has vast experience in administrative and leadership field. She was Under Secretary and Junior Officer in the Government for over 10 years. Susan has a Marketing Diploma with London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), M.Sc. in Health Administration and Research, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Physical and Health Education.Rino Zhuwarara
Rino Zhuwarara is the managing director for ZIFTESSA – Zimbabwe Film and Television School for Southern Africa. He has been a lecturer at the University of Zimbabwe and University of Oslo, Norway. He has vast experience as an external examiner for both Universities and technical colleges. He was once an Executive Chairman for the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Holdings. He contributed in the publication of both English and Shona Poems and several articles. Rino holds a BA honours degree in English with the University of Wales-UK, MA in Modern African Literature- Sheffield University, Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) University of Wales UK.Hillary Mukaratirwa
Hillary Mukaratirwa is the Acting Deputy Director Architectural Services in the Ministry of Public Works. He helped in the construction of various projects among others the Zimbabwe Chancery in Abuja (Abuja, Nigeria), Shopping Mall in Chimoio for Mr. Ravat (Chimoio) Mozambique and Office Complex, Block of Flats and Mosque in Beira for Mr Ravat (Beira, Mozambique). Hillary is a member of various professional institutes. He has a wide experience in the architecture and urban design. Hillary is a holder of a Msc. degree in Architecture and Urban Design with Cracow Technical University of Poland and Msc degree in Infrastructure Planning with University of Stuttgart, Germany.Roland Mhasvi
Roland Mhasvi is the General Manager of Econet’s Joshua Nkomo Scholarship Fund Project. He has University lecturing experience and has held senior posts for the University of Zimbabwe.
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