6 Month Progress Update:
Partners for A Malaria Free Zambia
December 14th, 2021 – 9:00am PDT (11:00am CDT | 5:00 PM UTC )
Ambassador, Malaria Partners International; Member, Rotary Club of Federal Way
Bill Feldt has been a Rotarian for 33 years, the last 22 of which have been with the Rotary Club of Federal Way. He has served as primary international sponsor on nine Rotary grants including four in Zambia, three in Bolivia and one each in Namibia and Nicaragua, traveling frequently to program sites around the world. Bill is currently the lead Rotarian in Rotary’s first Program of Scale, Partners for a Malaria-Free Zambia. Bill has also served as District 5030 International Service Chair and has been active with Malaria Partners International since 2010. Bill graduated from Carleton College where he served for 16 years on its board of trustees and also served as the President of Carleton’s Alumni Association. Bill received his M.B.A. from Harvard University and served with the United States Foreign Service with postings in Germany, Iran and the State Department in Washington DC. Over the last 33 years, when not engaged with Rotary projects, Bill also found time to serve in executive positions with Weyerhaeuser Company, and was majority owner and CEO Flohr Metal Fabricators.
Executive Director, Malaria Partners Zambia
Martha Lungu is the Executive Director of Malaria Partners Zambia. She is past Assistant Governor for District 9210 and a member of the Rotary Club of Ndola. Martha has been a Rotarian for over 15 years. She is a Chartered Accountant and serves on The Rotary Foundation’s Cadre of Technical Advisers in Auditing.
Programs Manager, Malaria Partners Zambia
Rtn. Eric Liswaniso is a service-oriented person that spent 10 years in the public sector before joining Malaria Partners Zambia in March 2021 as Programs Manager.
Hendreen Dean Rohrs
Trustee of the Rotary Foundation
Dean has had a varied career from the early days of being an Operating Room Nurse on Professor Christiaan Barnards’ first heart transplant team to running a Nursery School in Malawi. Together with Rhino they now owner manage a company that is involved in soil stabilization during road construction. 8 years ago Dean realized a lifelong ambition by receiving her qualifications in Game Guiding and Game Management. This culminated in a Practical Course that required her to become very familiar with the “Big 5”. She is an accomplished artist and professional ceramicist and both she and Rhino have a passion for the wilderness and traveling to unspoiled places. Dean has served on District and Zone committees. Her best experience is leading teams of Rotarians, Rotaractors, and Interactors to South Africa and seeing how this volunteer experience changes their lives.
Programs of Scale, Rotary International
Sarah Crawford joined the Rotary staff in July 2020 where she oversees Programs of Scale. Previously, Sarah spent ten years working with the Millennium Challenge Corporation, initially overseeing financial and private sector development programs in several countries in Central America, Africa and Asia, then serving at the U.S. Embassy in El Salvador as the Deputy Resident Country Director and in Washington D.C. as the Director of Strategic Partnerships. Sarah has also served as a business consultant focusing on emerging markets and spent time working in the Consulate General in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Sarah holds an MA in international service from American University and a BA in political science from the University of Illinois. Sarah comes by her Rotary roots naturally as both of her parents are Rotarians and Sarah was a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar to Brazil where she learned Portuguese, attempted to master samba, and enjoyed interacting with Rotarians.
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The Malaria Partners International Webinar Series was created in an effort to increase the dialogue around malaria, specifically around subjects that are under-addressed on a wide scale. We seek to amplify voices and build connections within the global health community centered around malaria.