CARA Sister Visiting Scholars


Sister Bibiana Ngundo, LSOSF

Sister Bibiana is a member of the Congregation of the Little Sisters of St. Francis (LSOSF). She is a senior lecturer and Head of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. Her area of specialization is African Traditional Culture and Religion. Other than teaching, she has a keen interest in research for the purpose of gaining and sharing innovative knowledge.

Sister Florence Emurayeveya, EHJ

Sister Florence is a member of the Sisters of the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus.  She is the Project Coordinator/Manager for her community in Lagos, Nigeria.  She completed graduate studies in Educational Management and served in supervisory roles in her community’s ministries.  In recent years she has overseen the construction of new facilities to better serve her community’s mission.

Sister Joan Chisala, CSJB

Sister Joan is a member of the Sisters of St. John the Baptist.  She was the Principal of the Tarcisia Floriana Convent Secondary School in Solwezi, Zambia.  Over the years her ministry has been in elementary and secondary school teaching and administration.

Sister Hellen Bandiho, STH

Sister Hellen is a member of the Sisters of St. Theresa and came to CARA from St. Augustine University in Arusha, Tanzania.  She has been teaching at St. Augustine University for a number of years.

Sister Margaret Ajebe-Sone Dione, SST

Sister Margaret belongs to the international congregation of the Sisters of St. Therese of the Child Jesus of Buea and is from Cameroon, West Africa.  She received her bachelor’s degree in Curriculum Studies/English in 2002 and her masters degree in Educational Foundations and Administration in 2016 both from the University of Buea, Cameroon, and her diploma in Spiritual Theology from Angelicum, Rome in 2010. She is the Principal of Schools at Regina Coeli College Tombel, Cameroon.

Sister Aloysia Sebueng Makoae, SNJM

Sister Aloysia belongs to the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary (SNJM) congregation in Lesotho. She holds a Ph.D. in African Languages from the University of Kwazulu Natal, South Africa. Sr. Aloysia has taught numerous courses on language, literature, communication, teaching methodology, Lesotho culture and research methods. She lectures at the Lesotho College of Education in the Department of African Languages and Literature. Sr. Aloysia also has over 25 years experience teaching at both the secondary and primary levels and has served as school principal at two institutions.