By Chisomo Kalumula I remember when I was younger if there was ever a time I as afraid in my life. It was always during examinations period. I was genuinely always afraid of failing miserably even when I studied. The older I got I would hear my father tell me as I was about to take on an examination that I should not be afraid, … Continue reading THE IRRATIONAL FEAR OF NOTHING
For advocacy week, I have decided to focus on mental health and well being. I have aptly titled the week, somewhere decluttering to mean that there is a lot of unpacking to be done. To say that I have been existing in a mental health crisis since 2012 would be an understatement. Why 2012? Something traumatic happened to me, I failed medical school and was … Continue reading MENTAL HEALTH ADVOCACY WINTERABC DAY 6: SOMEWHERE DECLUTTERING
Sometime in the year of our Lord 2020, a few friends and I tried to start a podcast and as you can tell from the title, we ultimately got toasted. I still remember a little blurb I wrote to go along with our launch. I believe it is one of my best pieces of writing and it hurts that it never saw the light. So … Continue reading WINTERABC DAY 2: WE TRIED TO START A FIRE PODCAST AND GOT BURNT
Hey Guys, I managed to push through my procrastination to kick off the AfroBloggers WinterABC Challenge. In this video, I give a bit of detail about the challenge and show some clips from Art in the Park, an event that happened this past weekend in my city of Lilongwe. Disclaimer: this is not my best work editing wise, but it got me off the couch … Continue reading AFROBLOGGERS WINTERABC CHALLENGE IS HERE AND I MADE A VIDEO!!
I hold a Bachelor of Science in Health Information Management degree from Alabama State University. I am a recipient of the Outstanding Student Award from the Alabama Association of Health Information Management and a member of the American Health Information Management Association. I have certificates in Public Management from the YALI Regional Leadership Center South Africa and in Prevention of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation from … Continue reading My Curriculum Vitae