Jane is the Founder and CEO of PDA East Africa - (Personal Development Analysis). She has over 15 years’ experience in HR & Management Consulting, leading teams and managing business units predominantly in different industries on human resource, general management and startups. For the last 10 years, she has owned and managed a people development and training business which focuses on behavior analysis, soft skills training, coaching and experiential learning, workshop facilitation and motivational speaking. In essence, the business focuses on people and team development through real-world application and methodology.
She is a professional partner of Tanzania Institute Of Bankers and a contributor/columnist of THE EXCHANGER - Africa Financial News Paper on Leadership, Human Resources and Customer Services.
She has been liaising, advising, researching and contributing to books and articles in the development sector and academics with University of London SOAS specifically on poverty reduction strategies in Tanzania. She was a key contact person on “Serving the State Sector become more efficient and flexible in helping private enterprises to develop and grow” project.
She is an adviser of East Africa Productive Trainers Board, the board that dedicate to promote the economic productivity of human resources capital through mobilization of voluntary training resources to empower talents, careers and professions to attain sustainable economic productivity for community economic development.
Jane assists up-and-coming entrepreneurs SAE – Education Abroad Tz, Representing Ibele holding South Africa, International Partner at Top Performance Africa Rwanda, PDA International Africa and Ras Kiroko Villas Tanzania.
She is a certified behavior analyst holding degrees in business administration, psychology and MBA human resource management and an accredited facilitator by NLP Training Centre.
She is very passionate about mentorship and actively seeks out and creates opportunities to inspire young ladies. She has been an operational, strategist and advisory mentor to Tanzania - Women, infants, and Community Outreach Foundation (WICOF) and Uganda - Zimba Women.