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  • Kirsten Miller-Duys

    Kirsten trained as a medical doctor before spending four years working as a change management consultant in health and life sciences in London. Prior to this she worked as a hospital doctor in Hlabisa, in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

    Untile recently, Kirsten reponsible for Health products in Vodacom, South Africa, an affiliate of Vodafone. She has a passion for health and enjoys identifying and forming networks, visions and collaborations to solve problems facing the health sector in innovative ways.

  • Kobie Snyman
  • Lavinia Shikongo

    I have over 22 years of work experience in public and development management and has led programs on public health; women and children's rights; and poverty eradication.  I am currently the Country Director for Health Information Systems Programme Namibia and am part of a team supporting the implementation of a CDC supported project aimed at strengthening disease surveillance systems in 7 countries including India, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso and Cameroon.

    I worked for the United Nations in Namibia for over 14 years in different capacities including as Assistant Resident Representative for UNDP; Assistant Representative for UNFPA; Child Protection Officer, and Communication/Advocacy Officer, for UNICEF.  I also served as the Country Director for the Society for Family Health, a Namibian public health NGO and member of the Population Services International (PSI) Network, from July 2010 to August 2015. 


    My other work experience include serving as a consultant for organisations such as UNICEF Ghana, UNAIDS, Grant Management Solutions (under Global Fund) and others.  I also coordinated Namibia’s preparation for the Beijing Conference in the mid-90s, and as a student in the USA, I had short term employment with various NGOs focusing mainly on women’s rights. 

  • Leckson Mukavhi

    Experienced Biostatistician and Bioinformatician

  • Lemson Machibiza

    Senior Essential Medicines Logistics Officer MPH SDGs scholar New York University

    A Senior Essential Medicines Logistics Officer in Zimbabwe with a passion for  enhancing e-Health solutions to ensure commodity security,  uninterrupted medicines supply and better treatment outcomes.  Works in the Directorate of Pharmacy Services Ministry of Health and Child-Care. A seasoned lecturer of Public Health Policy and Supply Chain Management for pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. Certified Supply Chain Management trainer for in-service and pre-service pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians in Zimbabwe 

    Certified Medicines Management supervisor in Zimbabwe   

    Certified Medicines Quantification expert in Zimbabwe 

    Certified Supply Chain Manager of health commodities in Zimbabwe 

  • Leon Wolmarans

    Health ICT Professional

    I have been involved in the sales, support and implementation of large healtcare ICT solutions for the past 9 years in both South Africa and Africa.
  • Lesley Dobson

    Lesley is the International Relations Advisor of the African Centre for eHealth Excellence (Acfee). In her this role she is responsible for coordinating and managing relations with all international stakeholders.

    She was initially part of tinTree International eHealth and Greenfield Management Solutions, with whom she was actively involved in the European Space Agency Study on Regulatory Aspects where she guided and supported all processes required to establish contact with the appropriate stakeholders.

    Lesley has working relations with a wide range of countries, as well as individuals in the, WHO, NEPAD Agency, the African Development Bank and the Regional Economic Communities in Africa. She was also project manager for the Botswana eHealth Strategy Project completed by tinTree in 2013.

    She is an editor at eHealth news Africa, Acfee's daily digest for diseminating information and insights into issues and evetns affecting eHealth in Africa.

  • Lesley Shand