Tsitsi Musasike is a seasoned financial expert with more than twenty years’ experience in financial management, reporting and project finance spanning investment banking, private equity, consulting, development finance, manufacturing and engineering environments. She has extensive experience arranging and structuring funding for donor programs and infrastructure projects across Sub-Saharan Africa and working with American and European organisations and clients in this regard.
Tsitsi is passionate about development and has a keen interest in programs that are aimed at the alleviation of hunger and poverty, the upliftment of women, youth and children and infrastructure development. She has been instrumental in setting up mentorship programs in the various organizations in which she has worked.
Tsitsi has always strived for success and is proud of her achievements in life, as a student, an infrastructure development activist, entrepreneur, life coach, a mother and, more recently, as an author.
Tsitsi is an accountant by profession, a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and holds an MBA with specialization in finance and global business strategy from Warwick Business School. Tsitsi is married to Lewis, an entrepreneur, and they have been blessed with two sons, Farai and Tendai and a daughter, Natsai.
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