Chief Executive Officer
Brenda Msangi was appointed as the CEO of CCBRT towards the end of 2018. Brenda leads the transformational journey of CCBRT to become a healthcare Social Enterprise serving the community and the most vulnerable with accessible, specialised services and development programmes. Brenda is a pioneer in deploying Lean Management in Healthcare in Tanzania.
Brenda leads the organisation’s engagement with the Government of Tanzania – a public-private partnership.
Brenda has been working with CCBRT since 2009 holding different Senior Management roles including being the Chief Operating Officer; developing key processes and improving systems across diverse sections of the organisation. As the CCBRT Director of Community programmes, she oversaw a key transition in the organisation’s approach to health systems strengthening across the country; instead of providing direct service delivery, to build the capacity of other providers to deliver high-quality, accessible care in Tanzania.
Prior to CCBRT, Brenda worked in the healthcare industry in the UK for over eight years.
A holder of Masters of Pharmacy (UK), Brenda is currently completing her MBA in Healthcare Management at the University of Plymouth. Brenda is committed to mentoring up-and-coming leaders and is dedicated to change and impact the lives of Tanzanians especially women and the most vulnerable.
Established in 1994, Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation Tanzania (CCBRT) is a locally registered non-governmental organization (NGO) providing specialised healthcare services operating in Dar es Salaam and Moshi, Tanzania. From its inception as a provider of community-based rehabilitation, CCBRT has become the largest provider of disability and rehabilitative services in the country.