Eliguard began development work 13 years ago as a Community Development Volunteer with SPW Tanzania (now Restless Development). He was a Program Manager for Friends of Ruaha Society, and later joined the U.S. Peace Corps where he served for more than five years as Associate PC Director for Environment. He has also worked with KPMG Tanzania as a business advisor.
Eliguard was the National Board Chair of Restless Development from 2012 to 2014 and has been a Trustee for Secondary Education to Encourage Development since 2003. He is currently a board member for United Planet Tanzania and an Acumen East Africa Fellow. He holds a Master of Science in Education for Sustainability from London South Bank University.
Diana previously served as management in the Chandaria Group of Industries at their sister company Tanpack, in the positions of Sales Coordinator and Sales & Marketing Manager. Diana has been with DOT Tanzania since 2013, previously serving as the Communications and Partnerships Manager.
She is currently the Senior Program Manager, and brings expertise in gender to her work overseeing the implementation, operations, and review of all DOT Tanzania programs.
Diana holds a Bachelor of Development Studies from Mbarara University of Science and Technology.
Rehema works with DOT Tanzania as the Finance and Administration Officer. She previously worked as an auditor with Techno Auditors for almost six years. At DOT, Rehema aspires to be a creative and innovative strategic lead who is able to apply her accounting and management skills towards achieving the strategic goals of the organization. Rehema holds a Bachelor of Business Management majoring in Accounting from Moi University.
Veronica first became involved with DOT Tanzania as an Intern in 2013. After her internship, she was hired as an Intern Support Assistant before becoming the Program and Training Assistant. Currently, she is the Program and Training Manager.
Before joining DOT Tanzania, Veronica worked with National Food Reserve Agency as a clerk. She has also worked with Ruvuma Regional Block Offices in Community Development Departments and volunteered as a trainer for three months at Songea Municipal Council.
She holds a Bachelor of Project Planning, Management and Community Development from the University of Dodoma.
Christian joined DOT Tanzania from VSO International, where he worked as a Business Management Advisor. Christian has also worked with the Small Industries Development Organization (SIDO) to support small and medium enterprises to improve business management, and has worked with the Tanzania Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA) to improve business support services. Christian holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Coventry University (UK) and the Institute of Accountancy Arusha (IAA). He is an International Labor Organization (ILO) accredited and certified International BDS Trainer.
Ndimbumi began working with youth in 2012 as a television producer on an daily live edutainment program, 5Selekt. She has since worked with the international television network East Africa Television (EATV) on several projects, including the popular dance competition Dance 100%. As DOT Tanzania’s Communications Specialist, Ndimbumi’s goal is to make DOT Tanzania the go-to place for youth who want to transform their communities. Ndimbumi holds a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication.
Glory joined DOT Tanzania in 2016 as a volunteer in the Finance and Administration Office before becoming a Program and Administrative Associate with the roles of Communication, Administration and Procurement. She has also worked for Tanzania Telecommunication Company Limited (TTCL) as a field student in the Procurement Department and at National Social Security Fund (NSSF) in the Benefit Processing Department.
She holds a Bachelor of Accounting and Finance from Mzumbe University and a Diploma in Procurement and Logistic Management from the Institute of Accountancy Arusha.
James is a young, enthusiastic Tanzanian with 9 years of experience in leadership, project management, monitoring and evaluation, knowledge management, learning and programming. He has worked with various private sector and non-profit organizations, including Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) and AIDSRelief. James has developed systems and websites used by government agencies and non-government parties like the Center of Disease Control (CDC). James holds an Advanced Diploma in IT from the Institute of Finance Management (IFM).
Before joining DOT Tanzania, Fredrick worked with organizations including Techno Brain Group and Medical Education Partnership Initiative Project under the umbrella of Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre.
Fredrick is enthusiastic about information technology and internet entrepreneurship, and has founded various IT initiatives, including Kasuku, a mobile business directory. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Makerere University.
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