Frank Kurebwa

Frank is the Local Host Coordinator for Sub-Saharan Africa. Working with Generosity Path enables him to experience and be inspired by stories of generosity across the continent, which impacts his own passion for Jesus, people and business.

Prior to joining the Generosity Path team, Frank worked on the Faith to Action project, funded by the Kellogg Foundation, which assisted faith-based organisations in their response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Zimbabwe. Frank is a trained accountant with Ernst & Young and in this capacity has previously worked in sectors ranging from the big four to sport, commerce, construction and even internet services. He holds a post-grad degree in Accounting Science from the University of South Africa and has done further training with SMI in Waco, Texas.

Alongside his role as Local Host Coordinator, Frank runs his own consulting, accommodation and coffee shop businesses. He also serves as an elder in his local church and engages in a lot of the ministries there. His favourite pastime is drinking coffee, and you’ll often find him sampling different coffee shops. He also believes he sells the best burgers in the world!

Frank and his wife, Wadzanai, live in Harare, Zimbabwe with their two boys, Benjamin and Isaac.