The most important factor in delivering empowerment and economic independence for vulnerable women and children in Zambia is our dedicated team.
Passionate, dedicated and inspiring they delight in finding potential in each student, and that is what we specialise in and a promise we deliver on.
We invite you to get to know our wonderful staff by putting a face to the name, reading their bios and getting in touch; they are always happy to discuss anything you need to know.
Each year, WISE hires two-three of its recent secondary school graduates to serve as interns during their pre-college gap year. During this period, they perform a variety of tasks, everything from operating the corn meal hammermill to interviewing prospective scholarship students. Even after heading off to college, many of these interns stay involved with WISE, volunteering during school breaks.
The WISE Board works in the U.S. as an all-volunteer working board. Each member is committed to promoting WISE’s success through frequent communication, financial accountability, and fundraising efforts. The Board meets bi-monthly via electronic communication, gathering once or twice a year for in-person meetings. WISE recently increased its board to seven members