International Board 2008-2015
“Mrs. Susan Nsubuga” “CEO and Senior Project Director”
Ms. Nsubuga came to the US 22 years ago with her husband. Now widowed, she has raised four children who are in their educational and career pursuits. Susan’s view of the ministry she founded in 2008 is as a life-long commitment to the Karimojong people. She views them as a people who will rise to the occasion, becoming a self-reliant people, filled with hope for tomorrow, a hope that will translate into social, physical, spiritual and economic contributions to themselves and the rest of Sub-Sahara Africa
Mrs. Jean Hamann”Chief Financial Officer”
Mrs. Hamann, and Ms. Nsubuga’s are founding prayer partner, has served in several ministries as a volunteer leader. These include The American Church in Paris’ “Bloom Where You’re Planted” and Prison Fellowship’s “Angel Tree” programs. She was a founding Director of Phoenix Matchpoint, an at-risk youth mentoring program.[/profile]
“Mr. Robert Schill” “Director of Design and Engineering”
. Mr. Schill is a successful leader of design professionals. His 40 years of architectural practice include hands-on design and production. Projects of over $130 M in size have been completed by leading creative professionals in a team environment. Mr. Schill is committed to client service and design excellence.
“Mr. Dan Brooks” “Chief Education Officer”
Dr. Brooks is a tenured professor at Arizona State University, where he teaches statistics at both the graduate and undergraduate level. He consults internationally with corporations and governments on risk analysis. He was also Senior Scientist at Applied Decision Analysis and a Managing Director at Pricewaterhouse Cooper.
“Ms. Faith Gaines” “Project Manager and International Coordinator”
Faith is a consultant at Gallup and a graduate of Thunderbird school of global management. She is Bi-lingual, and has traveled extensively providing management consultation to private and public companies. He has also traveled to serve for the impoverished. Her experience includes sales, marketing and communications,
“Dr. Rev. Benjamin Twinamaan” “International Director of Church Development” Rev.-Benjamin-Twinamaani is A graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, Canon Twinamaani currently serving as the Rector (Senior Pastor) of Grace Episcopal Church in Tampa Palms, Florida and graduate student (PhD candidate,Higher Education Administration) at nearby University of South Florida (Go Bulls!). For further information, go to www.gracenewtampa.com/welcome.
“Mr. Julius Mutekanga” “National Coordinator”
Mr. Mutekanga is the TMVM Ugandan National Coordinator. He works at the Divine Grace Church of the Lord in Jinja. He is also the founder and director of Women and Orphans Initiative.
“Dr. Kefa Sempangi” “National Director of Church Development”
Dr. Sempangi is the founder and Director of Africa Foundation in Uganda. In his career he has been a University Professor, Church planter and Member of Parliament. See his history at: http://www.africa-foundation.org/about-us/Welcome-from-the-Director.htm[/profile]
“Mrs. Peace Kyambadde” “National Chief Financial Officer”
Mrs.Peace-Kyambadde.jpg”]Mrs. Kyambadde lives near Kampala and operates a retail super store. She has 24 years of international import/export experience including the management of construction projects. She is a Christian youth speaker and counselor.
“Mrs. Lillian Kamya”"Administrative Secretary”
Mrs. Kamya is a Uganda native and a clothing designer. She has addressed the economic challenges of small business and farming in that country. She has trained local women in YMCA certificate programs.
“Rev. Canon Isaac Longole”Director of Church Development in Moroto District”
Rev. Canon Isaac Longole a retired Cannon and Dean of the Episcopal Cathedral Moroto District. He is a respected elder among his people with 47 years of experience in church service in the region. He retired at the age of 67 and now joins our team to continue the passion church development in Karamoja.
“Mr. Laxman Santu” “National Director of infrastructure Development”
Mr. Santu is an Independent Entrepreneur with experience in Auto, Cash Crops, and Mineral Trade. He has past experience in Hotel, Architecture projects, masonry engineering, road construction, mining management, automotive repair Management. He has worked with various international agencies in Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo and Zambia utilizing his automotive trade experience. He is currently managing church and education development projects in Kabale Uganda, and passionately bringing communities together to reduce hunger, and Literacy.