Anthony Kadoma is a Social Change and Community Development Specialist with a Masters of Arts Degree in Applied Community Change and Peacebuilding (October 2013) from Future Generations Graduate School WV USA and a Bachelors Degree of Adult and Community Education 2nd Class Upper Division (2006) from Makerere University Kampala, Uganda. Anthony has since 2007 had consistent work experience in areas of consultancy with various reputable INGOs, NGOs, CBOs, Government Ministries and Departments, mainly in monitoring and evaluations, baseline surveys, mid-term, end line studies using the qualitative research approaches. Over the years, he has acquired practical skills in designing, planning, supervising, management and conducting research studies and other forms of surveys using both qualitative and quantitative approaches. In the course of his work and study Anthony has travelled to India, Haiti, Kenya, Rwanda, Qatar and the United States of America. His career objective is to contribute to the body of knowledge where innovation, creativity and growth are given room to flourish in a global community using the SEED-SCALE development approach that puts emphasis on the use and development of human energy which is a universal resource to all mankind.