Belliah brings a wealth of professional experience to our board ranging from running very strategic positions in various corporations and institutions around the world.
At Mopani Copper Mines PLC Zambia she worked as a Metal Export and Sales Analyst where she monitored copper exports to different ports of entry and coal dispatches from Maamba Collieries to various ZCCM divisions.
She was later promoted to Capital Accountant in charge of analyzing and reconciling statements for consolidation, maintained their general ledger, trial balance and balance sheet. She also directed budgeting, worked on strategic planning and forecast involving all capital expenditures, including monitoring all costs and commitment records.
At Strategro International LLC, New Jersey – USA, she worked as a consultant/accountant performing comprehensive audits of corporate financials and overhauling accounting system for firms at inception of employment.
She maintained and reviewed cash flow statements, conducted research into potential new product lines and market feasibility of new projects and interfaced with international clients and business partners on operational and logistical matters.
She also worked as an Independent Tax and Bookkeeping Consultant in the Greater Montclair area performing general accounting, tax and bookkeeping work for small businesses while pursuing an MBA at Montclair State University in Accounting and Finance.
Currently she works at Seton Hall University as an Information Technology Budget Manager, monitoring and reconciling assigned accounts, reviews Yearly Budgets and forecasts of expenses for each assigned accounts and holds quarterly meetings with managers on assigned accounts.
Belliah also holds a certificate in Board leadership for non- Profit organisations.program hosted by Board leadership Institute at Seton Hall University.
Belliah is a Chartered Accountant and holds her charter hood with the Chartered Association Institute of Certified Accountants (ACCA – UK), she also holds a Bachelors degree in Accounting and pursued her MBA at Montclair State University in Accounting and Finance.
Her professional affiliations include Rotary International, Kitwe, Zambia Chapter and she was the first woman to hold major office in Rotary International in Zambia. Currently she sits on the Executive Board of Directors for Career Vision Ambassadors (CVA) Board of trustees where she is serving as treasurer.
She is working on having Zambia be part of their projects that might include providing distance learning programs to countries that have limited educational systems. They also have a student exchange programs.
Her main goal is to open a career and talent center in Zambia, and Career Vision Ambassador Inc. has shown interest. She is happily married and blessed with four children, She is a twin mother.Two beautiful girls and two handsome boys.
Belliah loves sports and has participated in the New York City, Philadelphia, Virginia beach, Long Island marathons and many more as a runner. She has run 15 marathons and 7 ultra marathons of which she was one of the top three in three ultra marathons.
She is also an active member of her local congregation. Going by the above, it is no doubt that we are the Zambian Chronicle are elated to have her as part of our team. We have had five candidates in the running so far the past seven months and she has meritoriously outshined all others as our Chief Operations Officer – Managing Editor effective immediately. Belliah will be reporting directly to me …
The woman is “Solid Gold”; please join me in congratulating Belliah and welcoming her aboard. We are honored she has decided to join our team and wish her all the best at the Zambian Chronicle, Because Zambia Is Greater Than Any Single One Of Us … thanks a trillion.
Brainwave R Mumba, Sr.
CEO & President – Zambian Chronicle
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