Our Team

The SAT Executive Committee

A 7  member Executive Committee provides oversight and strategic direction to SAT in their work. This Committee consists of distinguished professionals from diverse professional backgrounds in the public and private sectors, notably in the areas of agribusiness management, agricultural training and extension, financial management, and strategic management. The Executive Committee meets on a quarterly basis to monitor and review progress and to provide feedback to SAT management on how to strengthen the quality and reach of work.

The 7 SAT Executive Committee Members are:

Edgar Rupende (Chairman),Talkmore Mukuyu (Vice Chairman), Tendekai Mudimu(Secretary), Bryan Saunders(Treasurer)  and 3 Committee members (Ndulamo Pholi, William Mufuka, John Chinyama)

SAT Senior Management Team


Bryan Saunders

Country Director

Bryan Saunders is one of SAT’s founding members and the current Country Director. He is an ex-commercial farmer and holds a BSc. degree in Agriculture. Bryan provides technical support to SAT teams on Regenerative Climate Smart Agriculture and Agribusiness Development. He facilitates linkages with the private sector in developing and rolling out innovative sustainable business models to transform Zimbabwe’s smallholder agriculture, with notable successes in the grains, pulses, paprika, poultry, fodder, and livestock value chains. Bryan has networked with agricultural organizations in the private and public sectors in Zimbabwe.


Lloyd Masunda

Deputy Country Director, Business & Institutional Dev. Advisor

Lloyd Masunda is SAT’s current Deputy Country Director. He joined SAT in 2017, bringing along vast experience in project management and business development from his previous stints with NGOs such as We Effect, Plan International, Action Aid International, and TechnoServe. Prior to that, he worked as an independent consultant to support the development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of pro-poor agricultural development initiatives. He is a key member of SAT’s Resource Mobilisation Team and holds a degree in Business Studies. Lloyd has worked in the NGO sector since 1991.



Stephen Madanhi

Head of Finance

Stephen Madanhi is an accomplished financial management and compliance specialist with vast experience in managing huge grants from donors that include USAID, EU, FCDO, and FAO, among others. He is SAT’s current Head of Finance, having joined the organization in 2022 as a Project Finance Officer. As Head of Finance, Stephen oversees the work of the Accountant and Project Finance Officers, backstopping them to ensure value for money as well as efficiency and effectiveness in the manner in which SAT applies its resources to achieve desired project results.

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