Clarence Tsimpo, RCCH member from Cameroon, shared his background and interest in Rotary with the club. He studied mathematics and computer science at the University of Yaounde in Cameroon before joining the Ministry of Finance. While at the ministry, Clarence became a core member of a national survey team. As an adjunct to the survey, he and his colleagues began a training program across Cameroon helping government workers learn Microsoft products. Based on these successes, Clarence attended the University of Montreal and continued to support the survey which was now sponsored by The World Bank. After receiving his PhD, he joined The World Bank in 2010 and has been training teachers and educators across Africa. While working in the field with teachers, Clarence found an interest in water and sanitation issues that matched Rotary goals and decided to become a Rotarian.  
 
Welcome Clarence!