Mrs Lavinia Ndeiluka
Meme Lavinia originally joined NETS in 2004 as a Secretary for the Distance Department. In 2012 she was promoted to Campus Manager, with responsibility to manage the running of our Windhoek campus facilities. She was born in the coastal town of Walvis Bay, and has two handsome sons. Meme Lavinia loves God and worships at Emmanuel Lutheran Parish in Windhoek. She is passionate about singing, and is an active member of her church choir ‘Nda uda ondaka’ (I heard the voice of God).
Ms. Irene Shaningua
Irene was born and bred in Windhoek; she is one of six siblings (of whom only one is a boy). In August 2007 she made the decision to receive Christ as her personal Saviour. Irene says: “This was a choice I will never trade. I love the Lord with all my heart and cherish the day I’ve met Jesus as my personal saviour.” At NETS Irene serves as the Academic Administrator with responsibility for student records. In her free time she enjoys reading, dancing, playing board games, watching Rugby and singing.
Mrs Lorna Newman
Before joining NETS in 2017 Meme Lorna worked both as a counsellor and a librarian at Philippi Trust Namibia. She earned her Diploma in Library and Information science at UNAM. Lorna is married to Hermanson, and they have four children. Her passion is to help people access information, and to provide emotional support wherever there is a need.
Ms Josephina Nakapipi
Receptionist / Administrator
Josephina was born and raised in Onegandjo Village in Oshikoto region. She gave her life to Jesus in 2006, and worships at Hakahana Christian Ministries. Her passion is to serve God so that His kingdom expands, and her favourite verse is Matthew 6:33 – ‘But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.’ In her spare time Josephina enjoys sewing and reading. She joined the NETS family in 2017.
Mr Mathias Pendapala Shigwedha
Mathias began working for NETS as a groundsman in 2001. In August 2013 he was promoted to the role of maintenance worker. Mathias was born in the village of Eheke in Oshana. He attended Olukolo Primary School and Onaukali Secondary School. He is a member of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Katutura and a (very) big supporter of Manchester United Football Club. Mathias says about himself: ‘I am enjoying a good life through my work at NETS. The people at NETS are peaceful and I know that I am only at NETS because of God’s mercy.’
Mrs Alina Mupakeleni
Meme Alina was born and grew up in Okatope Village in the Ohangwena region. She joined NETS in 2015 as our housekeeper. She is mother to two boys, and fellowships at St Michael’s Anglican Church in Windhoek. Her favourite scripture that keeps her going is Psalm 23.