Nelly Kasinde (pictured above) is the new president of the alumni association of the Congolese-German Center for Microfinance (Center Congolais-Allemand de Microfinance) . She was elected at recently conducted elections that took place on 31 August 2019 at the Université Protestante au Congo (UPC) in Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo). Other alumni elected into management committee include Gloria Kalumbu (Secretary), Henri Banuani (Treasurer) and Blandine Kavira (Deputy Treasurer). Additionally, a College of Controllers was elected, responsible for playing an overweight role over the management committee: Patient Nyembo is the President of the College and Aceldia Yambo Mbilo serves as a controller.
Finally, the alumni also elected a Board of Directors , which constitutes four alumni: Christopher Mukoka as the President, Cynthia Rose Kibangu as the Vice President and Emile Motanda & Jade Dunia as Directors.
Members of the Management Committee and College of Controllers will serve for a period of one year while the Board of Directors will serve for two years.
Nelly Kasinde (photo above) is the new president of the Alumni Association of the Congolese-German Microfinance Center (CCAM). She was elected during the recent elections held on August 31, 2019 at the Protestant University in Congo (UPC), Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of the Congo). The other Alumni members of the new management committee are Gloria Kalumbu (secretary), Henri Banuani (treasurer) and Blandine Kavira (assistant treasurer). In addition, a college of controllers was elected, responsible inter alia for ensuring compliance with procedures: Patient Nyembo is the president of the college and Aceldia Yambo Mbilo, the controller.
Finally, the alumni also elected a board of directors made up of four of them: Christopher Mukoka as president, Cynthia Rose Kibangu as vice-president and Emile Motanda & Jade Dunia as administrators.
The members of the management committee and the college of controllers will exercise their functions for one year, while the board of directors will sit for two years.