NEAT hires new executive director

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The Northern Environmental Action Team has announced a new executive director.

Dzengo Mzengeza has been recently hired at the not-for-profit organization. He holds a Higher National Diploma in chemical engineering and a Master of Business Administration, with a focus on non-profit organizational operations.

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NEAT focuses on educating individuals, businesses and institutions on environmentally sustainable practices and how they can be adopted into their everyday activities.

The current President of NEAT, Jarrod Bell, says Mzengeza has the right combination of management expertise, vision and “commitment to ‘green’ ideals.”

Mzengeza is taking over the position that Sally Emory had previously held for more than 20 years at the organization.

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