The Engine that Drives and Shapes our Every Decision
Constancia Bosha, RN, BSN, PHN Founder & CEO
Zimbabwean-born Constancia Bosha currently works as a Registered Nurse (RN) at a Trauma Hospital in California, USA. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing (BSN). Constancia is a member of Epsilon Phi
well as the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society. During her studies for the nursing degree, Constancia traveled to rural central Africa with the United Village Transportation (an NGO based in NAPA California) to provide healthcare to those in need. She has an interest in humanitarian relief and sustainable development.
Dr. Mark Malisa, Treasurer
Mark Malisa currently teaches at an institution of higher education in the United States. His research interests include International Education and Development. He has published extensively on education in
general, and the education of African children in colonial and postcolonial Africa. Mark has also lived and taught in Zimbabwe.
Ginny had a career in several private and public sectors in Zimbabwe and the USA. She is dedicated to promoting community health. Among her goals, together with Constancia Bosha and The Courage of Hope, include designing and implementing health and educational policies that can lead to the transformation of the lives of rural populations.
Ginny Muchaka, Secretary
Ginny has several years of experience and in-depth knowledge of the health and educational situation in Southern Africa, particularly, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Botswana. Ginny is currently taking courses in nursing as she strives to better her knowledge on issues related to health. Prior to studying to be a nurse,
Dr. Chido Bosha, board of directors
Dr. Chido Bosha studied medicine at National Pirogov Memorial Medical University in Ukraine. Her
interests include the overall health and well-being of children . Particularly how their communities impact
growth and development. Cognizant of recentmedical developments in the world, Dr Bosha is currently reading and researching on mental health and how Covid-19 has affected many people around the world both physically and mentally.