Our Team

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Modest Bayo

Founder and Director

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Grace Saguma

Headmistress of Tumaini Junior School

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Bernadino Affer

Headmaster of Tumaini Senior Secondary School

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Christine Ogeya

Headmistress of Tumaini Pre-Primary School

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Fatuma Ashraph

Deputy Headmistress of Tumaini Junior School

My name is Fleur Weber. I grew up in the UK. Since studying International Relations at the School of Oriental and African Studies – University of London, I have been interested to explore the various approaches to sustainable development in an increasingly globalised world. I have worked in the NGO and corporate responsibility sectors across East Africa for the past three years, and was lucky to join TEC as Program Director in January of 2019.

My name is Fleur Weber. I grew up in the UK. Since studying International Relations at the School of Oriental and African Studies – University of London, I have been interested to explore the various approaches to sustainable development in an increasingly globalised world. I have worked in the NGO and corporate responsibility sectors across East Africa for the past three years, and was lucky to join TEC as Program Director in January of 2019.

Isobel Freeman

Program Director

 
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Matt Quinn

Technology Director

Khaleelah was born in Jamaica and immigrated to the United States at a young age. Having experienced, firsthand, the inequalities within the academic system in several states, she decided to pursue an Individualized Study degree at NYU in Globalization, Media Expression, & Education Inequality. Her concentration centered on investigating knowledge and power as tools to manipulate and limit access to higher education institutions. She spent a year abroad in Ghana, where she intimately studied the academic and cultural effects of globalization. During her time there she worked with several NGOs working on curriculum formation, instruction, and literacy projects. Currently serving as TEC’s Sponsorship Director, she hopes to help further the achievements of Tumaini students, and furthering their access to quality education.

Khaleelah was born in Jamaica and immigrated to the United States at a young age. Having experienced, firsthand, the inequalities within the academic system in several states, she decided to pursue an Individualized Study degree at NYU in Globalization, Media Expression, & Education Inequality. Her concentration centered on investigating knowledge and power as tools to manipulate and limit access to higher education institutions. She spent a year abroad in Ghana, where she intimately studied the academic and cultural effects of globalization. During her time there she worked with several NGOs working on curriculum formation, instruction, and literacy projects. Currently serving as TEC’s Sponsorship Director, she hopes to help further the achievements of Tumaini students, and furthering their access to quality education.

Khaleelah Logan

Sponsorship Director

 
 
 

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