Diane has worked in hospital out-clinics in Maasailand with AIC Kijabe Hospital, and has also worked in the Rift Valley Academy Student Health Services for years. She recently completed course work for her Masters in Public Health Leadership, and is heading to Uganda this month to defend her thesis. She is also gifted at administration and bookwork, as evidenced in her years of working as a book-keeper for Canadian Baptist Ministries for the Kenya field. She is a registered nurse in Kenya, and has also worked (as part of her registration process) at Nairobi Hospital. She hopes to use her gifts and talents to coordinate clinic activities, medical training and outreach, and to hopefully start a dialogue with local clinics and hospitals on the issues of maternal and child health.
As In-Country Director and Tanzanian Agricultural Director they will be responsible for managing and directing the activities of the STEMM Children’s Village, overseeing the farming operations to bring about optimal production, providing oversight of the scholarship program for the Tanzanian students, and hosting the short term service trips that come into the country for ministry.
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