Work Experience

 Currently: 2014 -2015: HuB Manager / Entrepreneurship Trainer at Kilimanjaro Film Institute / Moving Tanzania project: Moving Tanzania aims to improve the media landscape in Tanzania and Challenges participants to engage in Improving their imaginative skills and express themselves more personally that leading to creative concepts and storytelling

Currently:  Training Coordinator/ Senior trainer / Web developer NairoBits Trust.
  • Training in Nairobits curriculum and web development of range of clients work.
  • Volunteer worker at Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA).
2010: Jury at VIAFRICA awards
  • Member of the jury panel at the Viafrica awards 2010 that took place on 12th March 2010. During the one day event in Nairobi different secondary schools presented their ideas on how to use ICT within education.
2009 Interim Manager and Senior trainer at Zanzibits in Zanzibar for a period of 6moths, June - Dec 2009
  • Zanzibits is an NGO that teaches creative ICT skills in film, computers and other media. Zanzibits works with underprivileged youth in society but with interest to learn.  http://www.zanzibits.com and http://www.zanzibits.com
2008 Internship in the Netherlands
  •  Worked with Butterfly works and Finalist Company in Amsterdam the Netherlands for 7 days, e-learning training program from January 8th 2008.
2009 Trainer/ bookkeeper/web developer NairoBits and Community volunteer worker.
  • Training youth from underprivileged backgrounds creative ICT skills using NairoBits curriculum and developing websites for range of clients.
  • Book keeping NairoBits Trust – Finances (Maintaining the petty cash float, writing cheques, assisting in the monthly reports , invoice billing and administering the financial software cash flow 
  • Web master NairoBits (NairoBits server and e-mail accounts).
  • Helped in the setting up of the ZanziBits in Zanzibar from consultation services by NairoBits and Butterflyworks.NL.
  • Volunteer Worker at Mathare Youth Sports Association (MYSA), MYSA mainly deals with sports projects, community services, self-help projects and leadership training programs by and for the youth of the Mathare slums. Their work aims to be a viable model, inspiration and source of expertise for similar youth self-help projects in poor urban and rural communities in Kenya and other countries.

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