"Together everyone achieves more" - Randall Stubbs
Randall Stubbs, Programme Manager
M.M. Organ Performance and Pedagogy, M.M. Choral Conducting from Northern Illinois University, USA B.M. Music Education B.A Music Performance, Washington State University, USA.
Stubbs has been performing and producing multi-cultural events in the States for more than 15 years and in Tanzania for the past 9 years. He has an extensive background also in music and theatre stage production. He was the author of the proposal that led to this Cultural Arts Centre project at Makumira and is passionate about preserving and promoting Tanzanian culture for local and international audiences.
Glory Ewald, Administration Assistant
Bachelor in Tourism Management, Sokoine University of Agriculture She has experience in working in tourism industry, worked as administrator at KLM safaris, she also has experience in organizing events, meetings and community outreach.
Daris Hale, Development Consultant
Daris has a Masters in Music, and a Bachelors in Music Education from the University of Texas in Austin as well as over 20 years experience as a performing/recording artist in symphonic and chamber music traditions. She is a founding member and the Director of Chamber Music Austin and the Wild Basin Winds chamber group. She also works as a performer, contractor, producer in film, television, radio. In 2010 she was a Fulbright Scholar to Tanzania where she lived and taught at Tumaini Makumira University. Currently, she teaches at Texas State University.
Gabriel Olodi, Research Technician, Dancer
BA in music , Tumaini University Makumira Diploma in Perfoming Arts, Bagamoyo College of arts. A Maasai by tribe, has a good experienced and strong knowledge in Maasai culture. He has done various traditional performances. He has a passion for traditional music so involving in research makes him happy. Well trained on video training and documentation. He likes dancing, counseling and teaching.
John Jutta, Technical Director
John holds a B.A in Music from Tumaini University Makumira. He has over 15 years experience as an IT technician and consultant job for various companies and international organizations such as the IMF, Finnish Special Education in Africa, Vision IT, and Internet Africa. He has done various performances from traditional music, choir to playing the guitar. As a part time instructor at TUMa he teaches music technology classes. He likes listening to music and playing guitar and reading.