Peter Capozza

Managing Director and President

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Mr Peter Capozza co-founded Khulisa Management Services in 1993. As Managing Director, he leads the company strategically and operationally.

From 1987 to 1993, Mr Capozza co-founded and managed Khalipha Investments (Pty) Ltd in Swaziland. Khalipha owned several firms, including a public sector management consulting company with numerous clients such as USAID, the European Union and the World Bank. In 1991, Mr Capozza also managed the USAID/Pretoria South African Private Sector grants portfolio.He is a seasoned business professional, who has owned and operated several firms in Southern Africa. He holds a Master’s Degree in Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh, US. Mr Capozza was a Board Director of the American Chamber of Commerce in South Africa from 1993 to 2000 and he is a life member of Young Presidents Organisation/World Presidents Organisation and currently a board member of the Johannesburg Chapter. Mr Capozza is US citizen with permanent residence in South Africa.

Jennifer Bisgard

Khulisa Founder and Director of New Initiatives

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Ms Jennifer Bisgard co-founded Khulisa Management Services in 1993. An expert in monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and organisational development, she leads evaluations and capacity building assignments in the Education, and Democracy and Governance sectors.

Jennifer has co-authored a chapter of “Evaluation Failures: 22 Tales of Mistakes Made and Lessons Learned” published by Sage Publishers in August 2018. The book is edited by Kylie Hutchinson, with a forward by Michael Quinn Paton. The book features 22 case studies of evaluation failures, including ours which is based in South Africa.

Prior to establishing Khulisa, Jennifer was the Senior Education Specialist at USAID/Pretoria from 1988 to 1993. Ms Bisgard has served on boards for the: African Evaluation Association (AfrEA), International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE) and South African Monitoring and Evaluation Association (SAMEA).

She has a Master’s Degree in Social Change and Development from Johns Hopkins University.

Michael Ogawa

Operations Director

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Mr Michael Ogawa joined Khulisa in 1995. He is the Khulisa Operations Director and manages the business intelligence portfolio with major projects in health, education, science and technology.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Mr Ogawa managed the Canadian Fund for Local Initiatives (Canada Fund), the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Education Assistance Programme, and the World University Service of Canada (WUSC) Refugee Scholarship Programme in Swaziland. He has a BSc in Mathematical Computing from the University of British Columbia. Mr Ogawa is Canadian with permanent residence in South Africa.

Mary Pat Selvaggio

Director of Health and Research

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Ms Mary Pat Selvaggio joined Khulisa in 1998. An expert in public health, research, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E), she leads evaluations, performance assessments and data quality audits, primarily in the health sector.

She has designed, implemented, managed, and evaluated international health programs since 1985. Ms Selvaggio took a sabbatical from Khulisa from 2004 to 2005 to set up the South African and Swaziland country offices for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Selvaggio was the Health Officer for USAID in the Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Swaziland Missions from 1985 to 1998. She has Masters in Public Health from the University of Minnesota, US. Ms Selvaggio is a US citizen with permanent residence in South Africa</>br

Prof Rukudzo Murapa

Director Africa

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Prof Rukudzo Murapa manages several of Khulisa’s African projects, given his extensive experience in public administration, agriculture and higher education.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Prof Murapa was Executive Dean at CIDA in JohannesburgSouth Africa.  He was the founding Vice Chancellor and CEO of Africa University in Mutari, Zimbabwe. An expert in Peace and Leadership studies, Prof Murapa set up the Institute of Peace, Leadership and Governance (IPLG) at Africa University. He also served as the Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Zimbabwe , and Inter-regional Advisor to the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs from 1994 to 1998. In 2008, Prof Murapa was selected for the prestigious Woodrow Wilson Senior Scholar Fellowship.  Other awards include two Honorary Doctorate degrees from Hamline University (2000), St. Paul, Minnesota, USA and Kwansei Gakuin University (2004) in Tokyo, Japan. He was awarded the Presidential Medallion by Martin Methodist College (2009) in Pulaski, Tennessee, USA. Prof Murapa holds a Ph.D. in Public Administration, Comparative Politics and Economics from Northern Illinois University. Prof Murapa is a Zimbabwean citizen with residence in South Africa.

Helene Aiello

Director, Human & Social Development

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Dr Helene Aiello leads evaluations, assessment and curriculum development assignments in Human and Social Development, including education and agriculture related projects.

Prior to joining Khulisa in 1998, Dr Aiello was Director of Guidance and Assessment for Fairfax County Schools in Virginia, US. She also conducted research and taught assessment courses as an adjunct professor at George Mason University in Virginia in the United States from 1991 to 1998. More recently, she has taught Qualitative Research Methods for Research Psychology Dept for honours students at University of Pretoria.Dr Aiello led the Impact Evaluation of Takalani Sesame, the South African version of Sesame Street. Based on the evaluation findings, Takalani Sesame was awarded the prestigious Tokyo Award in 2004. Dr Aiello holds a PhD. in Education Administration from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, US. She is a US citizen with permanent residence in South Africa.

Mark Bardini

Senior Vice President, M&E and U.S. Operations

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Dr Mark Bardini joined Khulisa in 2015. He leads Khulisa’s U.S. office and evaluations in diverse fields such as youth, governance and global security, private sector development, health, and education.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Dr Bardini was the M&E Team Leader at the U.S. Department of State and Department of Defense for the Global Security Contingency Fund and led an innovative study on how to evaluate diplomacy. Dr Bardini built international evaluation practices at three U.S. development firms between 2009 and 2015. Previously, he was an Associate Directorfor Monitoring & Evaluation and Education at the Millennium Challenge Corporation and a Senior Evaluation Officer at the World Bankand IFC. He has conducted assignments in more than 60 countries and holds a Ph.D. in Educational Program Evaluation from The University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, U.S.Dr Bardini is a US citizen.


Alycia Murugesson


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Ms Alycia Murugesson joined Khulisa in 2014, first as an Intern/Emergent Evaluator and was promoted to Associate in 2015.

Ms Murugesson plays a major role in education and media related evaluation assignments and Khulisa’s capacity building efforts.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Murugesson conducted participatory research and fieldwork for SaveAct, in an agricultural community of Table Mountain, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. She also mentored students who were at risk of exclusion from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Ms Murugesson’s passion for improving data visualisation has led to a successful presentation at the South African Monitoring and Evaluation 2015 Conference.

She has completed her coursework for her Masters in Research Psychology at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Ms Murugesson is a citizen of South Africa. She speaks English fluently and has conversational isiZulu, Afrikaans and French.

Belinda Prinsloo

Senior Bookkeeper

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Ms Belinda Prinsloo joined Khulisa in September 2009. She is responsible for financial and payroll administration.

Prior to joining Khulisa, she worked in industries such as management information systems, the motor industry, short term insurance and imports & distribution in the construction industry for 21 years. A citizen of South Africa, Ms Prinsloo speaks fluent English and Afrikaans.

David Ndou

Project Assistant, Health

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Mr David Ndou joined Khulisa in 2017 first as a contracted Project Assistant and was promoted to full time Project Assistant in May 2017.

Mr Ndou plays a supporting role to all health division related evaluation assignments.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Mr Ndou was a part time researcher at Singizi consulting for two years.

He is a recent graduate from the University of Johannesburg, obtaining his Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Management and Governance in 2016.

Mr Ndou is fluent in English and Tshivenda, plus conversational skills in isiZulu.

Dylan Daniel

Senior Associate

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Dylan Daniel is a Senior Associate within Khulisa’s Business Development unit, having substantial experience and background in managing and facilitating federal procurements for US clients such as USAID, USDoS, and MCC, among others.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Dylan served as an Associate for Business Development for International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. (IBTCI), a foreign aid contracting company working predominantly in Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) for USAID. In this role, Dylan managed and facilitated many aspects of the proposal development process, including writing non-technical sections, partnering, recruitment, and submission.

Dylan previously served as Associate Editor for Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal and is a recipient of the Graduate Scholar Award administered by the Annual International Food Studies Conference. Dylan holds dual bachelor’s degrees in Economics and International Studies from Virginia Tech.

Dylan is a US citizen and resides in the US. He is a native English speaker with professional competency in Spanish

Ellena Meiring

BD & Proposal Co-ordinator

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Ms Ellena Meiring joined Khulisa in 2015 and was promoted to BD & Proposal Manager in 2016. Ms Meiring coordinates, manages and tracks new opportunities, processes and proposals for new business development at Khulisa.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Meiring was a Strategic Officer, focussing on business development in sales divisions. She also managed the operations of a large independent South African music label for over seven years.

She has a MBA with distinction from the University of Pretoria, Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), and was included in the Dean’s List for top academic achievements. She co-authored the academic publication, “e-Commerce in Southern Africa: Dynamic Markets Perspective (2nd Edition, Van Schaik Publishing) in 2016.

Ms Meiring is a citizen of South Africa and speaks Afrikaans and English fluently.

Erin Nealer


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Ms. Erin Nealer joined Khulisa as an Associate in 2017. She has a BA in International Relations and Economics from Wellesley College in Massachusetts .

Her over five years of research experience includes a background in economics, statistics, and international development issues and policies equip her with analytical, research, management, and data collection skills.

Before joining Khulisa’s Washington office, Ms. Nealer worked as a Research Assistant with the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC, where her research primarily centered on U.S. public and private sector development strategies and human rights issues, with a special focus on inclusion and empowerment of women and girls.

Ms. Nealer speaks fluent English and proficient Spanish, and resides in Maryland, U.S.

Katharine Tjasink

Associate Director, Human & Social Development

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Ms Katharine Tjasink joined Khulisa in 2012, as Regional Technical Coordinator on the Farmer Voice Radio project. In April 2014 she took up the position of Senior Associate in the Education and Social Development Division.

Ms Tjasink conducts and manages Monitoring, Evaluation and Research assignments for a number of clients. Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Tjasink worked with a radio and Information and Communication Technology (ICT)-based agricultural programme funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. In 2013, Ms Tjasink was selected as one of four award recipients, from a pool of 60 applicants from 25 developing countries, to attend and present her unique “meta-story” evaluation methodology at the 27th annual American Evaluation Association (AEA) conference in Washington D.C. Ms Tjasink holds a Masters Degree in Research Psychology from the University of the Witwatersrand. She is also ISO 9001:2008 certified in Data Quality Management Systems Assessment. Ms Tjasink is a citizen of South Africa. She speaks English fluently and has conversational skills in Afrikaans.

Kris Eale

Senior Associate

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Kris Eale joined Khulisa in 2015 as an Associate focussing primarily on health and governance. In addition to his evaluation skills, he has strong data quality assessment, system strengthening support and project management skills. Kris Eale has a strong interest in system design and strengthening.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Mr Eale worked in Monitoring and Evaluation of Health Systems, Epidemiologic Surveillance and Disease Control (poliomyelitis, measles, HIV/AIDS) for the World Health Organization’s National Project of Vaccination and Control of Children’s Transmittable Diseases in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Mr Eale has also worked professionally as a bilingual consultant (French-English) for several organisations in South Africa and founded an education organisation, which provides extra-mural education activities to primary and high schools in Midrand, near Johannesburg. Mr Eale holds a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Bachelor’s Degree (2004) and a Postgraduate Diploma of Public Health from the University of South Africa (UNISA). He will complete his Masters of Public Health at UNISA in 2018. He is a South African resident and citizen of the DRC. Mr Eale speaks fluent French, English and Lingala, with conversational skills in Swahili and understanding of Portuguese.

Leticia Taimo

Senior Associate

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Leticia Taimo joined Khulisa in 2015 as an intern and is now an Associate and Emergent Evaluator.

She has worked on several evaluation, research and assessment projects for a variety of stakeholders (private sector, NGOs, government and international donors). In particular, Ms Taimo is developing a strong expertise in Early Childhood Development. She has presented on how to use technology to monitor ECD at the SAMEA Conference 2017, presenting evaluation findings at the “CSI that Works” 2017, facilitating an interactive session on M&E at the Play Conference 2017 and introducing M&E concepts at BRIDGE’s Early Childhood Development Community of Practice in 2018. She has an MSc Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. Ms Taimo was awarded the Mandela Rhodes Scholarship in 2013 and the Commonwealth Scholarship in 2014 as recognition of her commitment to social change in the African continent. Ms Taimo is a Mozambican currently residing in South Africa, with a proud Brazilian and Mozambican background. She speaks fluent English and Portuguese, and proficient French.

Lynette Byrne

Finance Division Manager

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Ms Lynette Byrne joined Khulisa in 2012 as a Financial Analyst. She was promoted to Finance Division Manager in 2015.

She is responsible for supervising finance staff in Khulisa, budgets, cost control and other finance-related matters. Due to her superb analytical skills, she is often responsible for analysing complex data sets for Khulisa projects. Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Byrne was the Financial and Administration Manager at the Asbestos Relief Trust where she was responsible for claims management, operations and finance. The Asbestos Relief Trust’s main objective was to compensate ex-mine workers who had developed asbestos-related illnesses while working on the mines. She has a Bachelor’s of Commerce Management Accounting Degree. Ms Byrne is a South African citizen and speaks English and Afrikaans fluently.

Margaret Roper

Deputy Director, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist

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Ms Margaret Roper joined Khulisa in 2017 as a senior Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist. Her primary role is to lead the team building the MEL strategy and capacity for the LEGO Foundation’s projects and partners in South Africa.

Margaret has extensive experience in programme development, monitoring, evaluation and knowledge sharing in social policy and practice, social justice, social protection, child protection, school and community health and safety, educational development, and behaviour change. Since 1993, Margaret has worked in the non-profit, government, donor and business sectors in Southern Africa. She has held positions in the Secretariat for Safety and Security, the South African Police Service, Health and Development Africa, Mott MacDonald, Inkanyezi Initiative and consulted for a range of organisations including Oxfam Australia, UNICEF and government departments such as Basic Education, Social Development, Correctional Services and Gauteng Department of Community Safety. Ms Roper has a Masters in Social Research from the University of Sheffield (United Kingdom), a Bachelors of Primary Education and Education (Honours) from the University of the Witwatersrand (South Africa). She is a citizen of South Africa, speaks English fluently, and has conversational Afrikaans and is learning isiZulu. Margaret belongs to SAMEA, AfrEA and to the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPICAN). She has presented at ISPICAN conferences in Turkey (2012) and India (2011); and Pathways to Resilience IV, at an international conference held in Cape Town, 2017, on South Africa’s Response to Enabling Child Resilience Through Expanding Community-based Services.

Mark Griffiths

Financial Manager

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Mr Mark Griffiths joined Khulisa in 2008.

Mr Griffiths plays a major role in Khulisa’s finance division providing internal services to operations and the technical divisions, which includes financial oversight of projects & programming, budget/expenditure comparisons and financial systems management.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Mr Griffiths worked as a Financial Analyst for Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), an international NGO, and gained 23 years’ financial accounting experience in industries such as manufacturing & engineering, share transfer, human resources & information technology and management consulting. He has completed his B. Com Investment Management degree at University of Johannesburg, formerly known as Rand Afrikaans University, in 1990.

Mr Griffiths is a citizen of South Africa. He speaks English and Afrikaans fluently.

Mukhethwa Muneri

Project Administrator

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Ms Mukhethwa Muneri is a Contract Project Administrator at Khulisa. Her role is providing project support for fieldwork related logistics, financial document management, claim document administration and also to ensure project audit compliance.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Muneri was a Project Coordinator and Researcher at Enterprises University of Pretoria for a period of two years.

She completed her Master Coursework in Industrial Sociology and Labour Studies and is currently busy with her research paper at the University of Pretoria. She has been involved in both small scale and large scale research projects in various industries. She has co-authored a research journal published on The South African Labour Bulletin in 2013.

Ms Muneri is fluent in English, Tshivenda, Sepedi, Xitsonga and Setswana plus conversational skills in isiZulu.

Mzamo Mjoli

Project Coordinator

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Mr Mzamo Mjoli is consulting for Khulisa in the role of Project Coordinator on the EGRS (Early Grade Reading Study) project in the North West.

Prior to joining Khulisa he has worked for various organisations including the Media In Education Trust (NGO), South African Breweries (SAB) and Services SETA in various research and data collection capacities.

Mr Mjoli holds a BA Degree in International Relations, Development and Research from the University Of Kwa Zulu Natal, completing his degree in 2007.

Mr Mjoli is an active member and Personal Strategic and Business Advisor to the National President of the Junior Chamber International (JCI) South Africa. He is a South African citizen, fluent in isiZulu, isiXhosa, Setswana and English.

Nokuthula Mabhena

Data Visualisation Specialist

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Ms Nokuthula Mabhena joined Khulisa in 2011, first as an Intern and was promoted to IT Administrator in 2012.

Ms Mabhena’s responsibilities include providing M&E related analytics and graphic design/data visualization as well as Khulisa IT support and administration. She has contributed numerous projects for clients as varied as USAID, UNICEF, South African Department of Basic Education, The South African Presidency and the South African national Department of Science and Technology. Ms Mabhena’s passion for improving data visualisation has led to a successful presentation at the South African Monitoring and Evaluation 2015 Biannual Conference. She has completed her Diploma in Information Technology – Programming from the Independent Institute of Education. Ms Mabhena is a citizen of South Africa. She speaks English and isiZulu fluently and has conversational skills in sePedi and Afrikaans.

Paul Muzungu

Early Grade Reading Assessment Specialist

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Mr Paul Muzungu joined Khulisa Management Services in 2018. He is the Mid-Level Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA) Specialist on the USAID-funded Zambia Education Data Activity (ZEDA) Project.

His primary role is to conduct educational research, manage data, and provide monitoring and evaluation support.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Mr. Muzungu worked as an Educational Research Consultant on the USAID funded Read to Succeed Project. Other past assignments include monitoring and evaluation projects for the Educore Foundation and health research projects for the Population Council. He specializes in project management and social and scientific research.

He has BSc in Wildlife Biology and Management from the Copperbelt University of Zambia and will complete his MSc in Project Planning and Management in 2019. He is a Zambian citizen and fluent in English, Silozi, Bemba, Nyanja, Kaonde and Lunda.

Rouxna Hough

HR Manager

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Ms Rouxna Hough joined Khulisa in 2007 as a seasoned HR manager.

Ms Hough is responsible for consultant recruitment and all other HR functions at Khulisa.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Hough was a HR manager for a national retailer with over 250 staff. She also worked at SASBO, the Finance Union where she gained extensive experience in industrial relations with a focus on labour disputes, salary negotiations and job evaluation.

She has completed her National Diploma in Personnel Management at the Institute for Personnel Management. She also completed an Advanced Labour Law Diploma at the University of Johannesburg in 2004. In 1992, she completed her National Diploma (Public Relations) at the Vaal Triangle Technikon.

Ms Hough is a citizen of South Africa. She speaks fluent English and Afrikaans.

Shane Jacobsen

IT Specialist

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Mr Jacobsen joined Khulisa Management Services in 2007 on the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) data warehousing project providing assistance to the development team as a consultant.

He later joined Khulisa full time as the IT Manager.He has fifteen years’ experience in the IT field and is responsible for maintaining Khulisa’s IT Systems. Mr Jacobsen came to Khulisa from Computronics in Swaziland.

At Computronics he assisted the technical director in launching Computronics’ Internet Service Provider division.

Mr Jacobsen is a citizen of South Africa. He speaks English fluently and has conversational skills in Afrikaans.

Susan Lado


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Ms Susan Lado joined Khulisa in 2018 as an Associate and Emergent Evaluator.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Lado served in the capacity of Researcher at the University of the Witwatersrand. She has also worked in the capacity of Child Rights Education and Advocacy Officer at UNICEF-Geneva; Consultant at the Varkey Foundation in Oxford, England; and Research Associate at The Bassiouni Group in which she served the Senior Management Team on a range of issues. Inter Alia, she assisted TBG in undertaking a strategic review of the UNICEF presence in Botswana, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland, and South Africa (BNLSS) to assess the extent to which the programmes and operations of these five Country Offices (COs) were fit for purpose.

Ms Lado completed both her undergraduate degree in International Relations (cum laude) in 2012 and her Honours degree in International Relations in 2014 (cum laude) from the University of Pretoria, South Africa. She holds an M.Sc. in International Development (Merit) from the London School of Economics and Political Science (Merit) under the Firoz Lalji Programme for African Leadership (PfAL) Scholarship.

Ms Lado is of South Sudanese descent, although she was born in Nairobi, Kenya and raised in Cape Town, South Africa. She speaks French, Afrikaans and conversational Arabic.

Wade Harker

Senior Associate

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Mr Wade Harker joined Khulisa in 2015, first as a Project Research Assistant and was promoted to Associate in 2015.

Mr Harker plays a major role in education, environmental and agriculture evaluation assignments. Prior to joining Khulisa, Mr Harker conducted work in climate change adaptation and mitigation at local, provincial and national government levels. He recently contributed to the South African 2050 Pathway Calculator Pilot project, implemented by the South African Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) in partnership with the United Kingdom’s (UK) Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), and the British High Commission in Pretoria. Mr Harker’s passion for the environment has led to his inclusion as part of a team responsible for the exhibition of the South African 2050 Pathway Calculator Pilot project at the 2014 National Climate Change Response dialogue. He holds an honours degree in Geography and Environmental Studies and is currently in the process of completing his Masters in Geography and Environmental studies. Mr Harker is a citizen of South Africa and speaks English and Afrikaans fluently.

Zanele Nkabinde-Maseko

Travel & Office Coordinator

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Ms Zanele Nkabinde joined Khulisa in 2000, first as an Receptionist and was promoted to Office and Travel Coordinator in 2009.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Nkabinde worked for Incredible Connections as a Document Controller / Receptionist.

She provides a broad range of administrative and logistical support services to Khulisa projects operating throughout Africa.

Ms Nkabinde was recognised for long service to Khulisa in 2010.

She holds a Diploma in Executive Secretarial Services.

Ms Nkabinde is a citizen of South Africa. She speaks English, IsiZulu, SePedi, Setswana, Xhosa, Vhenda, Tsonga ,and Isi Ndebele fluently and has conversational skills in Afrikaans.


Janita Bhana

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A former staff member from 2005, South African Ms Janita Bhana, is now one of Khulisa’s associates providing periodic consulting services on public health M&E assignments.

She currently resides in Hong Kong and holds an M.Phil in Development Studies with a Post Graduate Certificate in Epidemiology.

Ms Bhana has worked in post-conflict and fragile states in Africa, Asia and the Pacific and is fluent in English and French.

Nicola Theunissen

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Ms Nicola Theunissen joined Khulisa in 2013, through her involvement with the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA).

She is currently responsible for all communication activities at Khulisa, including the publishing of the biennial corporate report. Prior to Khulisa, she has been an editor for business-to-business magazines, and has freelanced for several publications since 2007. She continues to work as an independent communication specialist on various projects, including for African fact-checking organisation, Africa Check. Ms Theunissen holds a Master’s Degree in Communication, and has been awarded a Safety, Health, Environment and Community Award at Lonmin Platinum for her role in establishing a sustainable stakeholder newspaper as part of her post-graduate internship. Ms Theunissen is a South African citizen, fluent in English and Afrikaans.

Peter Njaramba

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A former staff member from 2004, Mr Peter Njaramba, is now one of Khulisa’s associates providing periodic consulting services on public health M&E assignments and data quality auditing.

He currently resides in Kenya and holds a Masters in Public Health.

Salome Omolo

Associate Director, Public Health

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Salome Omolo joined Khulisa in 2008 as Associate Director in the Health Division.

Ms Omolo is a Senior Evaluator and Data Quality Expert, who manages a number of Monitoring ,Evaluation and Capacity Building assignments within the Health and Economic Development Sectors.

Prior to joining Khulisa, Ms Omolo was a Research Manager at the Gauteng Provincial Legislature in South Africa overseeing Project Evaluation Budget Analysis for Gauteng Government Departments, Agencies, Treasury and Department of Economic Development.

She successfully managed the USAID sponsored African Strategies for Health strand at the 2014 AfrEA Conference in Youande, which led to the publication of an online Health Evaluation Special Edition of the AfrEA journal. Ms Omolo holds a Master’s Degree in Economics. She is a Kenyan citizen with permanent residence in South Africa. She speaks English and Kiswahili fluently.