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Her Excellency Ambassador Caroline Cyrenia Sakina Bwanali-Mussa is a fourth born daughter of Mr. Anafil Laja Bwanali and Mrs Samia Lajabu-Bwanali of T/A Kalembo Balaka. She was born on 30th September, 1969.
Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa holds Master of Arts degree in English Language Teaching which was obtained from Gazi University, Turkey in 2000. She also holds Bachelor of Education (Honours) degree obtained in 1994 from University of Gezira, Sudan. In 1991, she obtained a Diploma in Arabic Language and Islamic Studies from African Islamic University, Sudan. She received her General Certificate of Education in 1989 in Malawi.
Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa is a seasoned educationist and a communication expert whom prior to her appointment as an ambassador, served as a lecturer in the Language and Communication Department at the University of Malawi, the Polytechnic from 2001 and managed to rise to different managerial positions as follows: She was Dean of Faculty of Education and Media Studies from 2011 to 2013; Faculty Representative on University of Malawi Senate from 2009 to 2010; and Head of Languages and Communication Department from 2004 to 2008 in addition to serving on and heading different college and university committees. Before joining the University of Malawi, she served in different positions in Ankara, Turkey at various institutions. She was a Tutor and Head of English Language Unit at State College for Foreign Languages from 1998 to 2000; English Language teacher at Muradiye College from 1997 to 1998; and English Language teacher at Society for International Students Foundation from 1996 to 1997.
For professional affiliation, Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa is a Member of Teachers of English to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL) from 2005, and Member of Teacher Educators Association of Malawi (TEAM).
During her academic career, Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa presented several papers at various forums as follows: “Women in Society”, presented at the Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa on 8th August, 2008, during an Interfaith Conference; “Developing Module Guides”, presented at Sun and Sand, Mangochi, Malawi on 13th December, 2007, at the Curriculum Reform for Widening Access and Increase Participation in Malawi's Higher Education Workshop; “English Language Teaching in Malawi: Realities in Public Secondary School Classroom”, presented at the State Convention and Trade Centre - Seattle, Washington, on 19th March, 2007; “Media Coverage of Religious issues in Malawi”, presented at Grace Bandawe Centre ,Blantyre, Malawi on 20th October, 2007, at UNESCO Media Workshop; and “The Role of Religion in Promotion of Peace and Unity”, presented at Le Meridien Mount Soche Hotel, Blantyre, Malawi on 10th February, 2005 at Public Affairs Committee Conference.
In her community outreach endeavors, Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa has served as Executive member of Public Affairs Committee (PAC) from 2011 and Vice Board Chairperson for Malawi Interfaith Aids Association (MIAA) from 2014.
Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa is married and has four children; two boys and two girls.
Ambassador Bwanali-Mussa competently communicates in English, Yao and Chichewa languages and she comfortably converses in Arabic and Turkish.