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Cindi Cassady, Ph D Cindi Cassady was born and raised in San Diego, California and attended secondary school in Yokohama, Japan. She has devoted her work in the non-profit sector to developing direct, culturally appropriate mental health and domestic violence services for deaf and hard of hearing individuals.
in Social Psychology from Whittier College and an M. Kroc School for Peace Studies, with a Master’s degree in Peace and Justice studies with a concentration in human rights and conflict resolution.
Msangi is dedicated to educating others about the needs of deaf children in East Africa.
His company, Bright African Safaris, aims to provide ways that tourists visiting Tanzania on safari can offer their volunteer efforts or donations to help build and sustain Tanzanian International Deaf Academy (TIDA).
From his experience as a deaf person in both deaf and mainstream schools, Kinyasi believes TIDA ‘s approach to deaf education will help deaf children become more educationally competitive with hearing children.
Res Batamula Res grew up in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania and attended Kibasila Primary School and Forodhani Secondary School.
In January 2010, Kinyasi traveled to the USA to Ohlone College in Fremont, California where he studied ASL and American English.
Msangi Charema Msangi is a native Tanzanian and the owner/operator of Bright African Safaris based in Arusha.
At UMIVITA he was the founding President of the UMIVITA deaf youth, Junior Project officer, and taught Math and English to deaf students.
At CHAVIZA, he was a personal assistant to the secretary general of the Association.
He went to advanced level high school in Dar es Salaam where he was the only deaf student majoring in Physics, Chemistry, and Math with no services for deaf students.
He graduated in 2008 and volunteered at the Tanzania United Projects for the Deaf (UMIVITA) and The Zanzibar Association for the Deaf (CHAVIZA) for two years.