James Dzineso holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Seed Systems from the Lilongwe University of
Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) also holds Certificates in Project Planning, Monitoring and
Evaluation and Data Collection, Entry and Analysis. In the year 2021, he worked as a Seed Service Intern at
Bvumbwe Research Station. In 2018, he worked as a field supervisor at the National Statistical Office of Malawi and, in the year 2017, as a research assistant at Invest in Knowledge. A Pan-Africanist passionate about community development, James firmly believes that change is inevitable and should be embraced from within and that development should be in the hands of the people themselves. James has always been interested in serving rural communities and helping them develop themselves, and he strongly believes CorpsAfrica is the right platform for his personal and professional development.