Beatrice is a committed intrapreneur in the for-profit and non-profit sectors driving development and communication excellence to impact youth in communities who need us most. Her spirit of advocacy permeates into policy through the organizations she serves, professionally and voluntarily.
Anne-Marie became a member of the Maman Shujaa Media Center in 2017 and aligned immediately with its vision, quickly becoming one of the most engaged members and representing SAFECO at local Civil Society meetings. She joined SAFECO’s staff in the summer of 2019.
Moza became a member of the Maman Shujaa Center in 2013, in order to learn computing, soon after graduating from university with a degree in Business. She quickly became a very active participant in our Girl Ambassadors for Peace program, and has gone on to lead several different programs.
Lead computer trainer - Bukavu Center Synergy of Congolese Women's Associations
Clementine was the first Maman Shujaa member to join the staff. She was initially hired as an office cleaner, and began learning computer skills. Capable and passionate, Clementine has now been an integral part of the Media Center staff since 2014.
Computer, English, and Entrepreneurial Trainer - Bukavu Center
Synergy of Congolese Women's Associations
Esther first joined the Center as a member, became a Girl Ambassador for Peace, and joined the staff in 2019. Her diverse range of skill sets make her a versatile trainer, specializing in several different areas.