Mission: Advocate, foster and promote engaging sustainable hands-on development projects, resources
and education to alleviate abject poverty.
TDNetwork Channel Videos  
The publishing department
of Trustlines
   Documentaries, project videos, cross-cultural,
gap-bridging, educational,
and entertaining videos 
The Founders  
Edith Mubanda & Michael Magala
Board of Directors ​​* 

Barbara Matovu, Institutional Giving Associate,
The Town Hall, NY.  

Christine Mulungi , Senior Internal Auditor with CenturyLink, UK.

Connie Trivette, Registered Nurse, Appalachian State University, NC.

Edith Mubanda, Retired Nutrition Program Director, Dietitian, and Instructor, NC.

Grace Nkundabantu, Samaritan's Purse Administrative Field Ministry & Discipleship/Operation Christmas Child, NC.

Ira Rubenzahl, Retired President, Springfield Technical Community College, MA.

Michael Magala, Professor of Economics & Government, Springfield Technical Community College, MA.

Ruth Matovu , In-process Quality Tester, Corning Optical Communications, NC.

Sylvia Katendeisual Art Therapy Instructor/Consultant, NJ.

Takia Miller, In-process Quality Tester, Corning Optical Communications, NC. 

​​ Officers of the Board*
President/Chair, Michael Magala
Vice-chair, Edith Mubanda

Secretary, Dameain Gathings
Assistant Secretary , Grace Nkundabantu
Treasurer, Christine Mulungi
Assistant Treasure r, Barbara Matovu

Member, Connie Trivette
Member, Ira Rubenzahl
Member, Ruth Matovu
Member, Takia Miller  
Key Contacts*​​​

Michael Magala, President & CEO 
Edith Mubanda, Vice-President & COO 

Barbara Matovu, Director of Development 
Margaret Sekeba, Local  Coordinator 

Drake Sekeba, Videographer/Historian 
Ruth Matovu, Marketing & Outreach   

Miranda Ziraba, Educator
Christine Mulungi, Chief Accountant ​ 

Polycarp Kiberu,  Local  Coordinator
Betty Mujuzi,  Local Coordinator
Currently Serving Uganda  
*Trustlines board of directors, officers of the board, and key contacts are all volunteers. No one is paid for the services they provide. 
Trustlines Development Network, Inc.  is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity. All contributions are spent as designated. 
 The organization prides itself with having a dedicated and reliable staff, with a passion to see children and families get off to a good start and succeed. We have a good cultural knowledge of the people we help, in addition to excellent mentor connections.

 We tailor our support and donations based on the needs of individual families. Support and donations are intimately tied to hands-on education and skills' acquisition to ensure long term self-sufficiency and sustainability of the projects we support. We also involve village leaders, mentors, while soliciting for ideas from recipients of how they could best help themselves. The development self-reliance skills is the cornerstone in alleviating abject poverty in the communities we work.