Our full time staff - click each landscape icon to see their staff. Country Program staff are listed in the Zanzibar Office.
CURRENT VACANCY: GRANTS MANAGER
Mbeya, Tanzania, with frequent travels to the Country Office in Zanzibar and various Field Programs Offices within the Country
• Ensure subgrant compliance together with relevant regional WCS departments. Perform general budget/contract monitoring and capacity building efforts to subgrantees/contractees, to ensure highest standards of financial integrity are followed. • Represent WCS in a fit and appropriate manner.
COUNTRY PROGRAM STAFF
Noah Mpunga: COUNTRY DIRECTOR
Noah is based in the Mbeya office.
Mo Khimji: HR & COMPLIANCE DIRECTOR
Mo joined WCS in 2018, adding invaluable support to WCS operations and bringing a wealth of experience from his previous roles in other organizations. This included posts as General Manager for Vending Services Ltd, Senior Manager for Trans Africa Insurance Brokers, Assistant Manager for Alliance Insurance and Junior Broker for AON Tanzania. He holds a degree in Business Administration and an International Diploma in Computer Studies. He also has an impressive record of sporting achievements including representing Tanzania in the national cricket team.
Hamisi Idrissa Sadallah: COUNTRY FINANCE MANAGER Hamisi holds an MBA in Finance and Banking from Mzumbe University in Morogoro and CPA1 from Dar es Salaam. Before joining WCS, he worked with the Family Planning Association of Tanzania as a System Internal Auditor, Area Manager Area Finance and Administrative Officer and Area Accountant. He also worked with Tanzania Central Freight Bureau (SUMATRA) as Assistant Accountant and was dealing with foreign agency’s disbursement accounts. He has been working for WCS Tanzania Program as a Country Finance Manager since 2008.
Said Abdallah Fakih: OFFICE & LOGISTICS MANAGERSaid is botanist and a keen field researcher. He joined WCS as the Assistant Director of the Zanzibar Forest Project, focusing his efforts on the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources by local communities. During this time he was actively involved in Red colobus monitoring, the Red colobus Census and the collection of botanical specimens and ethno botanical information in Jozani - Chwaka Bay National Park. He holds an Advanced Diploma in Plant Conservation from the Forestry Training Institute and the Tropical Pesticide Research Institute, Arusha.
Sarah Markes: COMMUNICATIONS MANAGERSarah was trained as a graphic designer and illustrator at Central St Martins College of Art in the UK. After working as a book illustrator she moved to Malawi and began focussing on developing creative education and awareness raising projects around public health and environmental issues in East and Southern Africa. She has trained several young designers and illustrators and created exhibitions in Europe and Africa to highlight threatened natural and cultural heritage. She first worked with WCS in 2014 co-creating an exhibition to showcase the flora and fauna of Kitulo National Park. Her artwork has been auctioned in the USA and Tanzania to raise funds for Tanzanian conservation. She joined WCS in 2015 to focus on environmental education and conservation awareness raising.