Angeline Siparo is a development practitioner with 25 years of experience working for non-profits, international NGOs, U.N. agencies, and government institutions. She is driven by a passion for positive change in Africa (and the world) and committed to working with others with similar values and aspirations. Angeline has done extensive work around governance, advocacy and policy development, program design and management in sexual and reproductive health, adolescent health and well-being, inclusive and participatory programs to drive inclusion of marginalized and minority groups, and spearheading diversity and justice for girls.
Prior to joining Oxford HR as an Associate Consultant, she was previously the team leader for the Population Reference Bureau (PRB) with the dual role of Kenya Senior CD & Regional Advisor ESA), Chair of the MAA women’s network, and Chair of the Board of the National AIDS Control. Her career began in 1994 at Family Health International (FHI) and has stepped up to serve in various organizations, including the United Nations, International nongovernmental and Faith-Based Organizations. The leadership is characterized by exceptional performance, adaptive programming, team ownership of results, and strategic and coordinated partnerships. Continues to blaze the path for women from communities that discourage women’s leadership and ensures mentorship happens at every opportunity.
Angeline has held strategic leadership, management, and programmatic roles aligned to personal, national, and regional interests and aspirations towards sustainable development. Genuinely inclusive and respectful of diversity, possess a verifiable track record in building authentic partnerships and driving strategic communications to ensure measurable year-on-year success.
Justin Highstead, Africa Executive
Gatsby Charitable Foundation
Manager Governance, International Board and Council, WWF International
Senior Policy Advisor, AMCOW
Board Chair, Sabre Education
Executive Director, YouthConnekt Africa
I am writing to thank you and the team at Oxford HR for all the work done, and guidance given, on our search for a chief executive for Rwanda Action.
I know that we could not have found such an impressive candidate with such an excellent fit with our organisation, without you and the team at Oxford HR. I also know how much work has gone on behind the scenes to make this appointment possible: the preparation of the initial brief, discussions with candidates, the collating of all the information and the reporting back to the board
Deborah Clayton Hatfield
Chair, Board of Trustees, Rwanda Action
Regional HR Manager, Gatsby Africa
Self Help Africa
Director, Water Witness International
Elizabeth Williams Bassi
Operations Director, Sabre
Self Help Africa