Martin L. Lipenga holds a Bachelor of Arts (Education) degree from Mzuzu University (2004 – 2007), and a Master of Education in Curriculum and Teaching Studies (Language Education) degree from the University of Malawi, Chancellor College (2009 – 2011). He teaches Language and Communication in the Department of Language and Communication Skills. He once served as the Coordinator of Bachelor of Arts Communication and Cultural Studies (BACCS).
He has taught for two years at Zomba Catholic Secondary School, worked at the Malawi Adventist University and The College of Medicine as Part-time Lecturer in Linguistics, and Language and Communication respectively. He has also worked with Compass Malawi, Oxfam Malawi, and Centre for Social Research as Research Assistant and Assistant Field Supervisor. In March, 2013, he participated in the national Early Childhood Development (ECD) and Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) Essential Package Materials (Visual Guides) Validation workshop
Chancellor College is the largest among the constituent colleges of the University of Malawi. Ever since its establishment, the college has produced graduates who have gone on to become leaders in various sectors of Malawian society.Learn More