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Our Team

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Our Team

Emanuel Citron

Emanuel is a Principal at Stone Point Capital, a private equity firm focused on investing in financial services businesses. Prior to Stone Point he was CEO of TraditionalMatchmakers.com, a high-end on-line dating service. Before that he worked in M&A advisory at Beacon Group, prior to which he spent sixteen months traveling in Africa and the Middle East (eight of them riding a motorcycle from Cape Town to Tel Aviv, Israel). Manny has a B.S. in Economics (magna cum laude) and an MBA (Palmer scholar) from the Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania.

Dominic Muntanga

Dominic Muntanga is an Education Specialist at UNICEF in Zimbabwe. Prior to joining UNICEF, he was the Special Projects Advisor to the Minister of Education, Sport, Arts and Culture, Senator David Coltart. Dominic holds a Master’s degree in Not-for-Profit and Public Organization Management from Washington University in St. Louis, a B.A. in Human Ecology and an International Baccalaureate Diploma from the United World College of the Atlantic in Wales, United Kingdom.

Paul Hebhardt

Paul is a solution architect for Teraterra, a company specialising in providing custom solutions to the resources sector based in Adelaide, South Australia. Paul also runs his own IT company, Hebtech, specialising in all aspects of the IT industry from web development to database design and all things in between. Paul travelled with Harry, Emanuel and Lee in Southern Africa, which sparked his desire to give something back to the people who were so kind to him on his travels. Paul graduated with a degree in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. He is married to his lovely wife Louiza and has 2 children, Bodhi and Noella. He spends his free time convinvincing himself that he is still young enough to be playing rugby.

Lee Schroeder

Lee is currently a faculty member in Pathology at the University of Michigan. In addition to clinical responsibilities in laboratory medicine, he conducts ongoing health services research regarding medical laboratory strengthening in resource-limited settings. An extended trip in Western, Southern and Eastern Africa established Lee's interest in forming Kalai and opened his eyes to the possibility of contributing to medical development in sub-Saharan Africa. After growing up in Detroit, MI, Lee earned his Bachelor's degree at the University of Pennsylvania, completed an MD/PhD at University of California, San Diego, and completed his Pathology Residency at Stanford University before moving back to Michigan in 2014.

Harry Weiner

Harry has over 16 years of experience in executive search, with deep knowledge of both the private and social sectors. Prior to co-founding his current firm, On-Ramps, Harry worked for eight years at the nation's largest alternative asset recruiting firm where he was a Partner and Managing Director. Before moving to New York, Harry traveled for 16 months throughout Africa and the Middle East, eight months of which were spent atop an off-road motorcycle traveling from Cape Town to Tel Aviv. Harry earned an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of Business and a B.A. in Paleobiology from the University of Pennsylvania

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Latest News

01.15.15
Kalai’s 2015 annual fundraiser will kick off in the beginning of February.
11.15.14
We are extremely excited to welcome the this year's Kalai Students!
06.05.14
Kalai has implemented two significant new changes to our core scholarship program.
02.28.14
The Kalai Foundation and the United States Public Affairs Section of the US Embassy in Harare, support a Career Fair in Binga.

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