Kangwa Mabuluki is a native of Zambia and an ordained minister of the United Church of Zambia. He has been a pastor in various local congregations, Chaplain of the University of Zambia (1986–1989), Africa Regional Secretary (1990–1994) and General Secretary (1995–1999) of the World Student Christian Federation. Currently he is General Secretary of the All Africa Theological Education by Extension Association (AATEEA). His involvement in TEE began in his student days when he volunteered to translate TEE courses into one of the Zambian local languages. Later as Executive Director of TEE in Zambia (TEEZ) from 2002–2014, he was also one of the founders of the All Africa Theological Education by Extension Association (AATEEA), in which he served as volunteer General Secretary from 2006–2014, becoming full-time in 2015. He holds a graduate diploma in theology from Makerere University (Uganda), a master’s degree in applied theology from Oxford University (England), and a PhD in Christian education from the University of KwaZulu Natal (South Africa). Passionate about the biblically mandated “priesthood of all believers,” he sees TEE as one effective way of “preparing all God’s people for works of Christian service” (Eph 4:12) and effective ministry.