Jafari is a Tanzanian from Arusha; co-founder and co-director of AIM. He has worked with several NGOs in Moshi, primarily with orphans and the elderly, and helped found the Moshi Disabled Netwok. He also was a partner founder and director of the NGO, Africa Volunteer Corps located in Moshi. Jafari's sense of volunterism and active participation in community service spans more than a decade. He has a keen focus on the needs of the local and rural communities. He has certfications and experience in Business Operations and Tourism Management. Jafari manages Tanzania in-country operations and program development for AIM.
Stacey Scott Msaki
Stacey is from Birmingham, Alabama; co-founder and co-director of AIM. Her inspiration for helping to initiate the idea of AIM came from her medical volunteer efforts in 2014 and 2015 in the Moshi and Himo areas of Tanzania. She has an MBA in Operations Management and is a student at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City. Her spirit of volunteerism started at an early age working in elderly care centers, soup kitchens and youth tutoring centers. She has also volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Girl Scouts, American Cancer Society, American Red Cross and Lions Club. Past leadership has included being President of both the Student Council and Khamau Student Association at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in NY. She plans to use her love for community service and formal knowledge of health and wellness to help AIM meet its goals.