Mrs. Alice Lungu Bwalya is a management expert with over 15 years of comprehensive programmatic, technical, and strategic leadership experience in managing development organizations and has technical expertise in institutional capacity building and governance.
Mrs. Bwalya has worked with various sector groups including donors funded agencies, international NGOs, private foundations, government institutions, and civil society groups; and has managed various multi-million-dollar projects.
Currently, Mrs. Bwalya works as a Partnership Officer in charge of Southern Africa with Africa CDC/Africa Union. Prior to joining Africa CDC, Mrs. Bwalya was the Country Program Director with the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI) in Zambia.
Mrs. Bwalya holds an MBA in Management Strategy from the University of Zambia, a Master of Development Studies and Bachelor of Social Work from Cavendish University Zambia and a Diploma in Gender Studies from the National Institute of Public Administration.
Mrs. Bwalya has served in different capacities in the development sector in Zambia including as Chief of Party/Project Director and Director – Youth Development and Institutional Strengthening for the USAID Youth Lead Activity with FHI360, Program Manager for various international organizations and volunteers as a technical advisor for various Youth organizations in Zambia.