Sibabalwe Ndamase, BA
Research Assistant

Sibabalwe recently joined the Project Khanya team as a research assistant in South Africa. She previously worked as an interventionist at the Medical Research Council, in collaboration with Research Triangle Institute (RTI) International, with Dr. Myers and Dr. Wechsler on a pilot pre-treatment study aimed at linking young women with substance and sexual abuse treatment services. Additionally, Sibabalwe worked with Dr. Carney on a pilot study aimed at delivering evidence-based, manualized, behavioral interventions to a small group of young women and one-on-one intervention sessions with teenagers and their parents. She has also worked as a senior research assistant on Project Mind with Dr. Myers, as well as a research assistant on a pilot study on text-messaging and community-based antiretroviral therapy to improve antiretroviral adherence among pregnant women living with HIV in South Africa at Stellenbosch University with Professor Nachega and Dr. Skinners.


University of Fort Hare
BS Social Sciences

University of the Western Cape
BA Honors Psychology