Muliokela is African born and raised in Zambia. She extremely passionate about global health and development issues on the African continent, including HIV prevention and gender equity and innovative solutions such as utilizing mobile technology to promote healthy behaviors. She has experience working the United States and in Zambia supporting the implementation of both bilateral and multilateral development projects. She is currently Program Manager for the WHO’s mhealth initative to combat non-communicable diseases- a program based in Zambia’s Ministry of Health.
She graduated with a Master of Public and International Affairs(MPIA) from the University of Pittsburgh’s graduate school of public and international affairs in 2010. Her BA is international relations from Salisbury University in Salisbury, MD.
Aside from CIMPAD, Rosemary is also a member of the Zambia Society for Public Administration( ZSPA).