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 advocacy programs for the deaf and disabled.
A firm believer in collaboration and cooperative teamwork, her drive and determination have united multiple institutions of higher learning and community based partners in the development of innovative technologies designed to improve education access for the most remote and inaccessible areas in the world.
She is responsible for the development of the Rose Uganda Fellowship Program which has given young Ugandan adults the opportunity to develop career and leadership skills, while bringing healthcare knowledge into remote rural villages so that lives can be saved.
Ms. Stasi was also directly responsible for acquiring Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council for Rose Academies in 2019. An innovative change maker, Ms. Stasi is always pursuing new and improved ideas that address the disparities of health and welfare for impoverished women, children, deaf and disabled persons.
A graduate of San Jose State University, BA, Foreign Languages and University of California, Berkeley, Credentialed DS Career Technical Education K-12 Teacher;
Fluent in several languages; American Sign Language