Introduction from Tyrell

Hi Everybody!

I am most passionate about healthcare technology, sports management, music production, and design thinking to improve access to quality services for the world’s marginalized populations. I am excited to be your Project Manager for the Virtual Doctors project. As you may be aware, Zambia’s 2017-2021 eHealth strategy focuses on telemedicine – which encompasses: eLearning, mentorship/coaching, and performance management. Through our bespoke system, we aim to improve your overall experience and knowledge in all areas mentioned above.

I am from the USA, but my second home is Zambia. I go by the local name of Luyando. My favorite food is busala, ifisashi, and my grandmothers home made spaghetti. Unlike most foreigners working in Zambia, I am here to stay =). One Zambia, One Nation!

warm regards,



By Tyrell Junius

Tyrell L. Junius is an experienced project manager and coordinator with diverse experience implementing grassroots and macrolevel technology and youth empowerment projects with US and UN agencies, international charities, and social impact organizations in Africa. His work on the eHealth implementation contributes to project design, project, and change management where he facilitated high level consultative workshops with Ministry officials, change management plans and processes. He provides training for health professionals working with technology to improve health service delivery. His professional interests include effectively utilizing technology to increase quality of life, sports and life-skills development, public private partnerships, and youth empowerment. He is an active member in the community, volunteering his time towards women empowerment initiatives, facilitating diaspora connections, and creating new opportunities for upcoming entrepreneurs. He is a former Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia, where he executed HIV/AIDS outreach, malaria, and implemented new appropriate technologies for improve sanitation practices at the community level. He has presented his African experience to universities in the USA and to crowds of international experts at development conferences. Ty received a Bachelor of Science in Health Administration from the Norfolk State University.

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