Hannah McCarrick Mikidadi
Co-founder, Advisor & Editor
Hannah McCarrick Mikidadi is a PhD candidate researching if and how digital technologies can empower small-scale farmers in Tanzania, funded by Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures at the Department of Geography at University of Sheffield. Hannah has a professional background in development cooperation and research with a specialism in Information & Communication for Development (ICT4D) and Digital Development.
Hannah has worked, lived and travelled in Tanzania and Zambia over 10 years. Hannah has worked with, supported and initiated a number of community development and research projects across Zanzibar and has worked as a Bilateral Associate Expert for Sida.
Hannah has previously authored a chapter in the book «Digital Economies at Global Margins», published by the MIT Press.
John John Bruseth
Co-founder & Editor
John John Bruseth is the co-founder of Symphony Farms in Mtule and Unguja Ukuu. He has been working in women projects in many African Countries for more than 20 years.
He is a journalist and author, and have been working with communication and PR in San Francisco, London and Oslo. He is also known in Norway as a speaker and lecturer in Corporate Social Responsibility.
Currently he is working on the Female Footprints – Women of Zanzibar books in cooperation with Hanna McCarrick Mikidadi.
Salah Idrisa Makame
Accountant and Financial Administrator