Miki is an experienced and successful administrator of private and public sector projects. His advanced education and skills in civil aviation, computer programming, and business administration equip him with a broad range of contacts and specialized knowledge. For twenty-five consecutive years, Mr. Miki has managed flight plan operations in aviation, website design and implementation, and few aspects of information technology. Mr. Miki has outstanding references from leading African immigrants in a non-profit organization, city volunteerism program, and diverse projects documenting his hands-on and dynamic personal and professional approach to organizational problem-solving and human relations. His proven research and analytical talents augment his growing administrative, policy, and managerial responsibilities. Miki has worked respectively as Flight Operation Director at Shabair, Shuttle Airline and George Forest Aviation, Flight Navigation manager at Scibe Airlift, Professor of Flight Operations at “ Institut Superieur des Techniques Appliquees”, and Verification Technician at Time Warner Cable. For six years he was the Executive Director of the Congolese Community of North Carolina and volunteered until now at Raleigh Human Relations Commission, an advisory board to Raleigh City Council. Miki is board Director and Co-founder of the African Diaspora Coalition of North Carolina (ADCNC)
Professional and Personal Objectives: Miki seeks to continue his
work in a private or public organization that will strive for these goals:
• To bridge African and American communities for joint social, economic, educational, and environmental interests and mutual reward.
• To enhance his steady growth of progress, excellence, professionalism, and success in administration and organizational research skills and outreach.
• To further illuminate the insight stated by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer that “circumstances do not make a man, they reveal him.” Miki’s lifelong accomplishments prove this statement to be true.
Dr. Jerono P. Rotich is an Associate Professor in the Department of Human Performance and Leisure Studies in the School of Education. She has been a faculty member at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (N.C. A&T) since 2005. Dr. Rotich specializes in the areas of health, fitness, and safety and has developed a unique UNC-supported distance education Global Studies course that allows N.C. A&T students to learn and interact (via real-time videoconference) with students in China, Senegal, and India. Dr. Rotich is a passionate, energetic, and creative instructor, challenging and inspiring her students to reach their full potential. She is committed to transforming their lives through her teaching, student organization leadership, community engagement, and advising. Students and colleagues alike praise her commitment, enthusiasm, integrity, and genuine concern for students inside and outside the classroom. Her goal is to produce change agents, critical thinkers, bridge builders, and
Visionary, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Africa Diaspora Coalition of North Carolina (ADCNC) Dr Philip Mwalali MD, MMed, MPH, is an International health consultant, Co- Founder and Medical advisor for Africa Economic Foundation, a member of many medical associations and an advocate for sustainable development in resource poor settings.
Philip has extensive experience in training of Health professionals both at Universities, colleges and in the field. He has wide research experience and has provided technical and consultancy services to Kenya Government, United Nations organizations (UNDP, UNFPA, WHO) and other international agencies. During his tenure of office with the UN he offered consultancy services in over ten countries in Africa. He advocates for unity in Africa, supports cultural diversity and preservation of cultural heritage.
The glare of the vision of ADCNC developing into a powerful network of Africans in Diaspora has remained the driving force in his involvement in ADCNC growth since the first meeting. Philip has relentlessly invested time and energies to the development of ADCNC since its inception in 2007. He strongly holds the view of ADCNC being the engine for unity amongst African in Diaspora. In 2012 he volunteered to be the first ADCNC Executive Director.
Dr Mwalali is philanthropic in nature and has a special passion for stimulating community involvement in development in resource poor setting. He has developed a unique micro-financing model that offers an opportunity for breaking the cycle of poverty in resource poor settings. He has reason to believe that there are many others amongst the Africans in Diaspora who have developed better models or have unique experiences and the wisdom that could contribute to accelerated growth of Africans in Diaspora and Africa at large. He believes that the growing ADCNC network provides a forum for sharing ideas and stimulating collective ACTION. Recently at a Kenyan Diaspora Conference he was awarded for his community based initiatives.
Dr Mwalali is Kenyan born, married and has four grown boys (men) and a granddaughter.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone – 919 923 6188
Claire Mufalo is a Zambian native and has lived in Durham, North Carolina since 2001. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration – Finance at North Carolina Central University, Durham North Carolina, and her Master’s in Business Administration and Health Administration from Pfeiffer University in Charlotte, North Carolina. Claire has more than 14 years of work experience in State government having held various positions and her current position as a Senior Internal Auditor (Resident Fraud Examiner) with the City of Durham. She also has a wealth of global experience having worked for several years for the Mining Conglomerate, Nico Insurance and KPMG Zambia.
Claire is a powerful business driver whose entrepreneurial instincts and clarity of vision has seen the reborn of Clabius Global LLC in 2013. She is the Co-Founder of the company and looking forward to see its vision reach greater heights.
Claire is distinguished by her passion for business, her focus on collaborative team-building, and her commitment to improving the well-being of Africans in Diaspora has led her to part of the African Diaspora Coalition of North Carolina, whose vision and mission attest to her beliefs. Her contagious enthusiasm instills her and his team members with extraordinary energy and dedication in an environment where creativity comes in through empowering the African Diaspora and fostering the development of African Countries are encouraged.
Dr. Philliph Masila Mutisya
Professor of Education, M.Ed., Ed.D at North Carolina Central University
Professor Mutisya is an expert in Institutional Training and Development, Leadership in Community Development, Research on Cultural Identity Development, Educational Leadership and Social Change, Program Development, Curriculum, Assessment and Evaluation. He is a board member of Academy of Process Education Executive Board of Directors, Association for The Advancement of Educational Research Executive Board of Directors, and Valor Academy Co-Founder and Chair of Education Committee. He chose to join the ADCNC to Enhance the Vision and Mission of ADCNC – with its main focus on empowering the people of African Diaspora. He is proud of the role ADCNC focus on mentoring and Empowering People of the African Diaspora, through Economic and Global Entrepreneurship, Education, Political and Cultural enhancement for the ADNC and Others with similar interest. He is one of the ADCNC Visionary Members (Co-Founder) and Education Outreach Advisory Member-Generation Credit Union-ADCNC Financial Credit Union.
Phil Mukau is pro-active professional with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master in Business Administration. He has ten years of experience in Technical Support with an industry leader in the manufacturing of innovative optical fiber and optical cable.
Phil is experienced in process improvements and management of projects including organizing, scheduling, and controlling of manpower and project elements with a focus on quality control and on-time delivery of projects. He is also Knowledgeable of optical, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems with ability to interpret and clarify various technical orders.
Prior to immigrating into the United States of America, Phil Mukau held upper level management responsibility in one of the largest Petroleum companies in the Democratic Republic of Congo. His commitment to community service led him to serve as a board director in the Congolese Community of North Carolina prior to joining the African Diaspora Coalition of North Carolina where he among the visionary members who are pushing the African Diaspora Financial Empowerment Credit Union project
Dr. Violet Smart has worked with Department of Public Safety since 2003. She
was at the Central Prison, Adult Correction facility for over 10years as a Lead Nurse and recently transferred to North Carolina Correctional Institute for women where she works as a Nurse
Supervisor overseeing the Mental Health Department. Dr Smart's Nursing career stretched back to her home country Nigeria. She Became a Certified Registered Midwife in 1984, managed a Government
in-patient Maternity Hospital delivering thousands of babies for four years. Soon after this, she joined her husband in the USA in 1980 and proceeded to Wake Tech Community college for her
Associate degree in Nursing.
In 2005 she proceeded to answer the call upon her life for ministry. She pursued and obtained a Masters and Doctorate degrees in Theology. She has used the model of Christ's compassion in her daily life and church service especially in Prison where it most needed. She has served in the Boards of many Community based organizations including Nigerian Women Organization, African Advocated Against Aides to name a few. She has served as PRO to ADCNC for over 5years
Capt. George Njeru Njue
Capt George Njeru Njue is President of Nairobi Sister Cities International, Board member of Raleigh Sister Cities Association and the committee chairman of Raleigh –Nairobi sister cities initiative. The chairman of Kenya Diaspora Advisory Council of North Carolina, A board member of Myles of great hopes, Secretary of FEP in NC and an active community organizer. He is a retired officer of the Kenya Armed Forces. He has served in several United Nation missions both in Eastern Europe and Africa. He has served as an Agricultural Technical Research assistant, Horticultural Export Crop Inspector at JKIA and done business in Mombasa and Nairobi before relocating to the US. .He is a member of MOBA . Married with two grown children and resides in Raleigh NC USA
Former chairman of the organization he spoke and represented all African members as well as their groups on the strategies to accelerate social - economic integration of the continent as well as the Diaspora, promotes and helps build partnerships between individuals and group members. Major function of ADCNC is to support organizations and individuals in their efforts to consolidate and strengthen partnerships as well as to organizing the African Diaspora to contribute towards Africa's social socio- economic development. A veteran community leader, Antoine have organized several visit to Durham of African dignitaries including President of Tanzania Mr. Mkapa , who visited Duke University and Central University in 2005, Prime Minister from Tanzania Mr. Fredrick Sumayi and several Ambassadors. He is currently the Chairman of Durham/ Arusha Sister Cities .
Education: Strayer University, WDC; HIPT, Cameroon.
Adele Mbeng is founder and Chief Executive Office of ISEC International Inc. whose mission is building partnerships and networking in global health services.
She is also a recruiter, trainer, and job placement of Health Practitioners & Social Workers in variety of situations and settings worldwide. She is also in charge of Higher Professional training On-campus and Distance education online for health & human services practitioners. Adele demonstrate the life of a champion advocate to broad base international health care, social and educational services that enhances international relations to boost global economy, thus taking the lead to the onward march of globalization.
Isaac is a Computer Info System graduate from Wake Technical Community College, school of business (BA) – University of Phoenix, and Project Management Institute PMI – North Carolina State University. Currently a Project Manager at Cary Family YMCA, Vice President at Nairobi Sister Cities, Board member Raleigh Sister Cities, Board of Trustee Talanta Awards Inc, Community organizer for Kenyan in Raleigh and Triangle in general, Co-Founder Triangle Kenyans Soccer - Kadanda na Mpira (social), Founder Triangle Kenyan Kids Heritage (social), formerly a loss mitigator at Barclays Capital PLC/Barclays Bank NC. He is the Founder and President of Myles of Great Hopes. He has a great passion for being a voice for people in need of help in meeting the very basic resources. He is kind hearted, something he inherited from his mother. He loves to give, to serve, to volunteer and MoGH has been the best vehicle.
Mwambua David is a business administration and accounting professional whose expertise covers the following operations:
. Planning, marketing, scheduling, directing, organizing and supervising
. Effective communication, staff training and customer service oriented
* Accounts and Computer:
. Accounts receivable, accounts payable and pay roll accounting
. Cost accounting and computerized general ledger
He actually ministers the church, Durham Revival Worship Center and has brought his leadership experience as board director in the African Diaspora Coalition of North Carolina to foster social and economic development of African immigrants.