Busisiwe Marandure

Busisiwe is our Executive Director at The Boost Fellowship. Busi holds Bachelors Degree in General Studies (Farleigh Dickinson University) and Masters of Business Administration (University of Maryland). Over 17 years of progressive corporate management experience with multinational corporations in the United States of America. Business Executive at Allstate Insurance, Erie Insurance and Selective Insurance. Experience managing divisions and multiple stakeholder relations. Presentation of winning proposals, and funded programs. Marketing, Public relations and reputation management experience.


Tendai Sixpence

Tendai is the Business Development Manager of the BOOST Fellowship. Tendai is a BOOST Alumni, and an ENACTUS Service Leadership award recipient, having graduated from the University of Zimbabwe in 2005. Tendai is a holder of a Bachelor of Accountancy degree and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Cranfield School of Management in the UK. Tendai has vast experience gained initially in the Zimbabwean retail industry as well as in the UK financial services sector. Tendai’s expertise is in helping large and small organizations with fund raising and process analysis, customization and management. Over the past 12 years, Tendai has received several awards including the Cranfield Venture Capital Reporting Prize. Customers appreciate his insight into their business needs and clear communication, which complements his technical background in Accounting.


Talent Chinyamutangira

Talent is the Program Manager, and she joined BOOST as a volunteer in 2012. Talent earned a Bachelor of Arts (Human and Social Studies) degree in International Relations and Diplomacy from the University of South Africa. She also holds certificates in community development, humanitarian project management, monitoring and evaluation from the University of Zimbabwe. Talent is enthusiastic about community development, which justifies her current portfolio of leading the Enactus and Delta initiatives, which encompass community projects.


Trinity Tatenda Moyo

Trinity joined BOOST in February 2016 as an intern and is now the Southern Region Programme Coordinator. He holds a Bachelor of Social Science in Social Anthropology from Great Zimbabwe. Citizen Anthropologists, Holding various accolades across fields both academic and sport. Accomplished Public Speaker and debate coach, Life skills trainer. Motivated by the desire to facilitate continuity and empowering young people in the human development field through implementation of acquired and innate skills.


Darlington Tongofa

Darlington is the Program Coordinator, and he joined BOOST as an intern in 2016. Darlington earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Development Studies from Midlands State University. A result oriented individual with great ability in dealing with people, organisations and stakeholders. A dependable professional with three years of experience in the civil society space at both secretariat and consultancy levels and a perfectionist who devours for the best out of any situation. Professionally and technically competent in Capacity Strengthening, Monitoring and Evaluation, Research, Conference Facilitation and Training, Report writing, Proposal writing and fundraising and any other development which takes the public on board.


Tinashe Mushonga

Tinashe joined BOOST in October 2013 as an attache and is now the Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator.  He holds a Bachelor of Social Science in Social Work from Women’s University in Africa. Tinashe leads the BOOST Young Learner’s program, entrepreneurship, internship and mentoring program. Highly conscientious and seasoned community development worker with an excellent community service record and a strong work ethic. Adept in utilizing social networks to identify new opportunities for community development efforts. Able to explain and promote a wide variety of community programs and activities to audiences of all ages and ethnic backgrounds whilst offering a framework to generate economic growth, achieve social justice, exercise environmental stewardship and strengthen governance.