Moses Mwansa

2021 Fellow from Zambia

Moses Mwansa is an innovator and business executive with more than 11 years' experience in strategic leadership, innovation, financial technology, project management, and sustainable development. Moses is the founder and chief executive officer of VillageSavers Technology, a fintech startup in Zambia that helps small saving groups digitize their savings through the VillageSavers app. He is the country director for DOT Glasses, a manufacturer of prescription eyeglasses for people with no other access to prescription eyewear, and heads the program management office of the Zambia Water and Sanitation Project. Moses co-founded Copperbelt Innovation and Technology, an innovation company that helps startups with mentorship, capacity building, and seed funding and helps small to medium enterprises and corporations adopt and harness innovative technology. He is also a project manager for My School, My Vote, a project funded by the U.S. Department of State's TechCamps, and for Democracy 2.1, a Czech organization. He was a speaker and panelist at the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations' meeting in Prague. Moses holds a Master of Science in Project Management from Cavendish University. On completing the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, Moses plans to build on his programs to improve life in Zambia.

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