Dr. Fatma Wahdan

A pharmacist by graduation, with 17+ years of Regulatory experience on Local, Regional and Global levels.

Fatma has a proven track of record in regulatory strategy setting and advocacy activities combining the Governmental, Pharmaceutical, and Medical device companies experience.

Dr. Alaa Okasha

A pharmacist with 14+ years of regulatory experience on both Local and Regional levels. Combining both Governmental and Pharmaceuticals companies experience.

Ms. Khanyisile Nkuku

Ms Khanyisile Nkuku is a Medical Device & IVD Registration Officer, she holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from the University of Witwatersrand. She is currently completing her Master’s in pharmacy administration & Policy Regulations. She has experience and Knowledge in medical device registration, clinical trials regulation, law enforcement, licensing, post marketing surveillance, reliance, and good regulatory practice.

Ms. Kesego Moalosi

Ms. Kesego Moalosi is a goal-oriented professional with a background in medical devices. She holds a bachelor’s degree in biomedical and electrical Engineering from Carleton University, Canada, and a master’s degree in project management from Sunderland University as well as a RAPS Certificate on Medical Devices Regulatory Affairs.

Ms. Kesego gained her experience in medical devices on her previous roles where she served as a Biomedical Engineer at a government hospital in Botswana where she was mandated with servicing, repairing, and carrying out routine maintenance of major and minor medical equipment. She has also served as a Medical Devices Capital Equipment Supervisor for two years in a private sector in which one of her roles was setting up, conducting, and overseeing maintenance plans and maintenance programs of all capital equipment supplied by the company.

Currently Ms. Kesego holds a Medical Devices Regulatory Officer position at Botswana Medicines Regulatory Authority (BoMRA), where she plays a major role in ensuring safety, qualify and efficacy of medical devices. In her current role, she is involved in implementation of Medical Devices Regulatory Framework through assessment of medical devices (both human and animal) registration applications as well as through collaborating with other internal Departments in development and implementation of: Licensing, Inspection and Post Market Surveillance plan for medical devices including IVDs.

Ms. Majda Mghimimi

Majda Mghimimi is Moroccan based in Casablanca. She is a Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist for North Africa and French-speaking Africa at Medtronic.


She holds a master’s degree in Marketing and Immunology. She has prior experiences in diverse departments: Regulatory Affairs, Quality Control, Compliance and Customer Relationship Management, with other renowned multinational l compagnies operating in the Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices field (Roche – Fresenius – 3M).


As a scientist, leading relationships with healthcare regulators and various internal and external stakeholders, our mission is to facilitate patient access to appropriate and better Health products and Medical Devices, making regulation our ally in overcoming environmental challenges.

Mr. Kent Briggs

Kent Briggs is the Managing Director at VECTOR Life Sciences. He began working with eSubmissions in 2002 and eCTDs when they were first implemented in 2003. He has provided industry workshops in the US, Canada, Europe, South Africa, India and Australia and has performed application compilation training with both big and small pharmaceutical companies around the world. In addition to performing evaluator training at over 20 health authorities, Kent has authored the eCTD specifications for 4 regions including the soon to be released specifications for ECOWAS. Since 2014, Kent has focused on the CTD in Africa and supporting the harmonization efforts through regional and continental activities.

VECTOR Life Sciences is a service provider for the African regulatory market with a key focus on the implementation and usage of electronic systems to improve regulatory efficiency. VECTOR supports customers in their transition from paper based methods to electronic processes by streamlining their regulatory operations and making their use of data more effective

Mr. Charle Leibbrandt

Charle Leibbrandt is a partner of VECTOR Life Science. He is responsible for overall business development and the strategic growth of products and markets. He gained his experience in the electrical and Automotive arena where he fulfilled the role of managing director in South Africa and Zambia.


In his current job role, he is responsible for all aspects of regulatory activities for Maghreb, Ghana, Mozambique, and French West Africa.

Prior to his current job role, Mr. Ahmad has worked at BBraun Medical, Siemens Healthiness, Thales AVS France till 2018, and from 2011 he began at ANSM (French Health Authority), as a vigilance evaluator.

He is an active member in local and regional Trade Associations (SNITEM, MECOMED, AMPDM).

In addition, he is a speaker at Dubai Pharmacy College & PRA Consultancy’s Medical Device Regulation Masterclass MENA in the year of 2021 and 2022.

Dr. Carol Attieh

Senior Regulatory & Quality professional with more than 20 years’ experience in multinational environment and emerging regulations including leading, planning and implementing strategies, policies & procedures for the Regulatory Affairs & Quality Assurance department for  Boston Scientific. Solid experience in working with Health Authorities throughout the Middle East, Africa and rest of emerging markets. One of founding and active member of Mecomed since 2007 currently acting as Chair of the regulatory committee.


Dr. Hassiba Chemli