Antujaelly "Anty" Marche   Anty is a Tanzanian woman now living and working in the United States with her husband and daughter. Her life-long passion for helping needy women and children across the world fueled her work over the years with such organizations as OXFAM Tanzania, Catholic Relief Services Tanzania, USAID Tanzania, and now CIRI (Connecticut International Refugees and Immigrants), ITI (Interpreters and Translators Inc), University of Pennsylvania's SIREN Project and many others. With Unite, Anty is working to involve the Tanzanian Diaspora with our work as well as to help grow our Unite Scholars program across East Africa. Her expertise working with Americans and Africans from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds serves Unite in countless ways. Anty received her BS from Northeastern University and her Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security from Sacred Heart University in Connecticut.

Antujaelly "Anty" Marche

Anty is a Tanzanian woman now living and working in the United States with her husband and daughter. Her life-long passion for helping needy women and children across the world fueled her work over the years with such organizations as OXFAM Tanzania, Catholic Relief Services Tanzania, USAID Tanzania, and now CIRI (Connecticut International Refugees and Immigrants), ITI (Interpreters and Translators Inc), University of Pennsylvania's SIREN Project and many others. With Unite, Anty is working to involve the Tanzanian Diaspora with our work as well as to help grow our Unite Scholars program across East Africa. Her expertise working with Americans and Africans from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds serves Unite in countless ways. Anty received her BS from Northeastern University and her Graduate Certificate in Cyber Security from Sacred Heart University in Connecticut.

Frank Japhet Minja, MD   Born and raised in Tanzania, Dr. Frank Minja is the Director of Neuroradiology MRI and Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, CT. Dr. Minja is also the Director of Global Outreach in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the Yale School of Medicine. Since 2008, Dr. Minja has been actively involved in supporting the Diagnostic Radiology residency training program at the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. With Unite Scholars, Dr. Minja is helping to identify possible future doctors to assist in his long-term efforts to expand and optimize training in all aspects of Diagnostic Radiology in Tanzania and Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2014-15 Dr. Minja served as a visiting Professor at the Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute (MOI) in Dar es Salaam. Dr. Minja graduated form Harvard Medical School in 2003 and completed his internship at Brigham & Women's Hospital and residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He lives in New Haven, CT, with his wife and children and travels regularly to Tanzania.

Frank Japhet Minja, MD

Born and raised in Tanzania, Dr. Frank Minja is the Director of Neuroradiology MRI and Assistant Professor of Neuroradiology in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, CT. Dr. Minja is also the Director of Global Outreach in the Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging at the Yale School of Medicine. Since 2008, Dr. Minja has been actively involved in supporting the Diagnostic Radiology residency training program at the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. With Unite Scholars, Dr. Minja is helping to identify possible future doctors to assist in his long-term efforts to expand and optimize training in all aspects of Diagnostic Radiology in Tanzania and Sub-Saharan Africa. In 2014-15 Dr. Minja served as a visiting Professor at the Muhimbili Orthopaedic Institute (MOI) in Dar es Salaam. Dr. Minja graduated form Harvard Medical School in 2003 and completed his internship at Brigham & Women's Hospital and residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital. He lives in New Haven, CT, with his wife and children and travels regularly to Tanzania.

James Koola, MD   Dr. James Koola was born and raised in Tanzania. James is a final year internal medicine preventive medicine resident at Griffin Hospital Derby, CT. He completed his secondary education in Kilimanjaro and Arusha before relocating to Dar es Salaam for his Medical training at the Muhimbili University College of Health and Allied Sciences then a college of the University of Dar es Salaam. Prior to University studies he worked as a peer educator with other high school leavers from the U.K through Students Partnership World Wide (SPW). SPW volunteer teachers taught regular lessons and life skills to help students in underserved rural Tanzania to succeed in all components of life. After medical school graduation Dr. Koola joined KEMRI/Wellcome Trust research unit in Kilifi Kenya where he was involved in pediatric infectious diseases research. James completed an MPH from Johns Hopkins University in May 2008. James has been actively involved in education and health across Africa he is one of the founding members of Afya Research Africa and NGO involved in clinical, prevention and research programs in Kenya. In his frequent trips to Tanzania he sets time to speak with students in primary schools to motivate them to work hard on their educational goals for a better future. As a memory to his late mother he gives awards to best students in standard four exams in Hai district to reward excellency and inspire students to work harder. James strongly believes in education as a tool to help next generation escape the clutches of poverty.

James Koola, MD

Dr. James Koola was born and raised in Tanzania. James is a final year internal medicine preventive medicine resident at Griffin Hospital Derby, CT. He completed his secondary education in Kilimanjaro and Arusha before relocating to Dar es Salaam for his Medical training at the Muhimbili University College of Health and Allied Sciences then a college of the University of Dar es Salaam. Prior to University studies he worked as a peer educator with other high school leavers from the U.K through Students Partnership World Wide (SPW). SPW volunteer teachers taught regular lessons and life skills to help students in underserved rural Tanzania to succeed in all components of life. After medical school graduation Dr. Koola joined KEMRI/Wellcome Trust research unit in Kilifi Kenya where he was involved in pediatric infectious diseases research. James completed an MPH from Johns Hopkins University in May 2008. James has been actively involved in education and health across Africa he is one of the founding members of Afya Research Africa and NGO involved in clinical, prevention and research programs in Kenya. In his frequent trips to Tanzania he sets time to speak with students in primary schools to motivate them to work hard on their educational goals for a better future. As a memory to his late mother he gives awards to best students in standard four exams in Hai district to reward excellency and inspire students to work harder. James strongly believes in education as a tool to help next generation escape the clutches of poverty.