Campaign Message - Rosemary Zulu Phiri

Campaign Message - Rosemary Zulu Phiri


Rosemary Zulu Phiri


Bachelor of Science in Public Health

Current Position and Name Of Organisation

Study Manager - Zambart

Other board positions held (current or past)

Set Apart International – Board Member The Cliquerz – Board Member

Professional Associations

National Health Research Authority

Experience Profile and How It Relates to This Role

20 years’ experience profile summary and how it relates to the role.

Leadership: I am self-driven and an excellent leader with over 20 years’ leadership experience in different capacities from community, district, national to international levels. Over the years I have enjoyed managing large diverse teams of 100 plus people, and I have a track record of developing high performing teams

Management of large projects: Under Zambart and Restless development, I managed large projects. The biggest project I managed reached out to more than 23,000 households and offered door to door services to over 100 000 people.

Mentorship: I have been mentoring people from diverse backgrounds and ages since 2004. I have vast experience in mentoring young women and men.

Communication: I have highly effective communication and interpersonal skills and I have been proficiently communicating with people from diverse backgrounds for over 2 decades.

Other skills that will be beneficial to the board include:

  • Teambuilding
  • Advocacy and programming
  • Problem Solving
  • Coordination
What You Intend to Bring to the Board

The last 7 years of my membership have sufficiently exposed me to the knowledge and experience that allows me to be strategically positioned to add unique value to CareCoop through my skills and experience. Three areas I would like to focus on when elected on the board.

  • Customer Service: Improving customer service by working with the team to ensure that issues from CareCoop members are dealt with professionally and promptly. This will call for proactive communication and follow up of queries.
  • Regular update of online portal for CareCoop members. There is need to explore new ways of updating the member portal regularly. This will be convenient for all members and especially those domiciled out of Lusaka.
  • Documenting success stories from CareCoop members to preserve the rich history of the entity and also inspire other members to benefit from CareCoop products