Hilary A. Msacky

Hilary A. Msacky

Founder / Director

Hilary, a self-made social entrepreneur, cofounded Wazo Pevu Organization in 2013. Hilary’s business understanding and his desire for development both played pivotal roles in the establishment of Wazo, which was the direct result of his passion to promote and effect positive change for people. With a bachelor’s degree in Developmental Studies and a wide range of knowledge and experience in economics, Hilary has been not only instrumental in assisting individuals in successful entrepreneurial projects beneficial to communities, but he has also been proactive in efficient utilization of resources for the various projects within Wazo’s diverse programs. Hilary is a graduate of Dodoma University.

Johnson Dickson

Johnson Dickson

Founder / Project Manager

Having previously worked as Project Manager and Regional Coordinator with International Non-Governmental Organizations, Johnson brings to Wazo reputable business experience and strong organizational leadership influential to his co-founding of Wazo Pevu Organization. With a bachelor’s degree in Project Planning Management and Community Development (PPM CD), Johnson excels in project initiation, implementation, and coordination. In his six years working within community and project development sectors, Johnson has aided the growth of Wazo through additional skill sets of monitoring and evaluation, budgetary constraints, and community social work. Johnson earned his degree from the University of Dodoma.

Issa Sube

Issa Sube

Accountant

Issa holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the Institute of Finance Management. He possesses cross-functional expertise in business and financial analysis, accounting, auditing, marketing, and new business development. With more than three years of experience in the financial services industry, Issa has combined strong analytical skills with business wisdom to positively contribute to the organization’s bottom line.

Tamary Moses

Tamary Moses

Program Manager

Tamary began her work with Wazo Pevu Organization in early 2018 as a volunteer translator for the Medical Caravan program. Her eagerness for community development led to her continued work with the organization, where she aspires to further promote community involvement and economic opportunity for vulnerable people, especially for those with disabilities. Tamari received her bachelor’s degree in Community Economic Development from Moshi Cooperative University

Frida Samuel

Frida Samuel

Program Manager

Frida has a bachelor’s degree in Developmental Studies from the University of Dodoma and six years of working experience with Wazo. She has made significant contributions to the organization beginning with her involvement in the early stages of entrepreneurial training. With a heart for education and a mindset compatible with the Wazo vision, Frida enthusiastically seeks optimal community impact through her work in the Entrepreneurship and Nipe Nafasi programs.