Brenda Habwangabwanga (07 February 1983)
MICS head teacher
Head teacher of Macha Innovative Community School
Teaching and coaching other teachers, working with children
Macha, Southern Province
Born in Mapanza Chiefdom, in Sourthern Province. I am a lady aged 26 years. My parents are peasant farmers and I have four sisters and one brother who are still alive. My father died in 2005 and from that time my mother is staying with my sister and my elder brother.
I started my school in January, 1991 at Chilalantambo Basic School, in Chief Mapanza's area. I was at this School from grade 1 up to grade 7. I finished my grade 7 and got a certificate and I went to Namwala High School. I completed my grade twelve (12) in 2003.
After high School education, I went to Evelyn Hone College of Applied Arts and Commerce, St Mark's High School and later to Jacaranda Basic School in Lusaka to go for Teacher's Diploma. December, 2008, I succesfully completed my Secondary School teacher's Diploma course and I was given a full Diploma.
February, 2009, I started working at Macha Innovative Community School in Macha as a teacher. And I also have a dream in future to study for a degree in education and after that to study a master's degree in the same field of education. I also wish to study Public Administration in future so that I will be able to head an Organisation.