Our board of directors is the backbone of our organization and is the key to our success. Their cultural diversity and years of experience contribute to the development of our programs that empower the most vulnerable and oppressed individuals in the world.
Susan Stasi is the CEO of Rose Academies, a globally recognized humanitarian agency that currently works in Uganda, East Africa. She is an accomplished business professional in the fields of public health, education and technology.
Since 2014, she has developed multiple educational programs on sexual development, reproductive and neonatal health, menstrual health & hygiene, WASH, UHC and programs for the deaf and disabled. Read more..
Carol Buchser has been Rose Academies’ Board Secretary since its founding in 2014 and has been instrumental in the growth of our organization to an internationally recognized leader in educational programs for the vulnerable and oppressed populations found in LMICs. Read more…
Rahul Asthana has years of experience in the field of technology and currently is marketing executive at Intapp, a Silicon Valley software company. Dr. Asthana not only brings his marketing expertise to Rose Academies, but he also has living experience of the challenges that exist in Sub Saharan low income countries.
Dr. Asthana was born in Ethiopia and grew up in Zambia before coming to the United States for his education at Princeton University and the University of California, Los Angeles.
Having grown up in Africa, Dr. Asthana has seen first-hand many of the problems Rose Academies addresses with its innovative and determined approach. He is passionate about Rose Academies’ mission to better the lives of people by empowering with knowledge.
Mandeep Khera has been a senior executive in Silicon Valley for over two decades in companies of various sizes offering Software/SaaS. Over the years, he has served as head of Worldwide Channel Marketing for Agari, Valimail, Arxan, Daintree Networks, LogLogic, Cenzic, and other similarly focused companies.
His expertise lies in the areas of security including web application security, network security, mobile security, and email security. In addition, he has held key positions in Big Data, and IoT companies, including HP’s Asset Management Software business unit.
Mr. Khera is a widely respected expert on topics of security, big data, and IoT, having led multiple webinars and panel discussions on these issues. He is the author of the award-winning inspirational book “Why?” and has given many presentations on inspirational topics. Mr. Khera is a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Leading Product Development program and Northwestern University’s Executive Development Program. He holds an MBA from Santa Clara University
Kerry Gibson is the President of EcoCentury Technologies, a Canadian engineering and consulting firm that promotes clean technologies. She is also the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships for ZiphyCare and co-founder and Partnerships Manager for N-EAT EAT (Nutrition through Engagement and Agricultural Technologies) under Simon Fraser University’s Faculty of the Environment.
Kerry serves on multiple Boards of Directors, including Rose Academies, the Diversity Advisory Committee for the Joint Task Force of the Canadian Armed Forces and is the President of Municipal party YES Vancouver. Read more…
Jinali Bhavsar, MS, RAC-US
Aneesha Asthana, Global Youth Ambassador, Rose Academies
Ms. Ainomugisha has over 10 years of customer service, business operations and program management. She has a background in community development and journalism which are keys to her success in working in the field of NGO public relations.
As Rose Academies-Uganda’s Program Director, she is responsible for program management, public relations, and staff coordination of our educational programs. Under her direction, she has developed our Rose Uganda Fellowship Program into a recognized provider of critical healthcare education.
She works with high level dignitaries at the government level as well as international working partners. Her experience with the indigenous community is instrumental in programs developed to improve education and healthcare access for the rural populations of Uganda.