Meet a talented group at the helm of the Project. We include academics, activists, artists, biologists, designers, development specialists, ecologists,energy professionals, engineers, manufacturers, marketers, physicians, public health leaders, scientists, “stovers”, women’s studies specialists, and more.
Our staff diversity gives us the ability to meet challenges with confidence, ingenuity, and resourcefulness. With your help, we achieve transformative changes.
We welcome your comments and questions.
Robert V. Lange studied at the California Institute of Technology and received his doctorate in Theoretical Physics from Harvard University. After post-doctoral research at Oxford, he became a faculty member of Brandeis University where he is retired and continues to teach in the Sustainable International Development Master’s Degree program of the Heller School. He began work in Tanzania in 1986 and founded the ICSEE in 1992. Read his full biography
Using his mastery of the Maasai language, English, and Swahili to connect with people from all walks of Tanzanian life, Kisioki has provided excellent oversight since the beginning of the Project. Originally from Selela in the Monduli district, he is one of his father’s 78 children. Read his biography, a letter about electrification, and news of his visit to America.
Board of Advisors of the International Collaborative
Robert V. Lange, PhD
Physics Professor Emeritus
Heller School, Brandeis University
Joy de Beyer, PhD
Senior Health Economist, World Bank
Accountant, Budget Analyst
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission
Kenneth F. Heitzmann
Procter & Gamble
Evelyn Fox Keller, PhD
Professor Emerita, MIT, Cambridge MA
Industrial Areas Foundation
Art Teacher, Photography
Mechanical Engineer, Procter & Gamble
Eric John Olson, PhD
Senior Lecturer in Ecology
Heller School of Social Policy and Management
Professor Emeritus, American studies and Toxicology, Tufts University
Energy Efficiency Expert, Lawrence Livermore Laboratories
Katherine Yih, PhD, MPH
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute
Department of Population Medicine