Suzan Opok Tumusiime
Susan Opok Tumusiime is a development and humanitarian practitioner with hands on experience spanning over 10 years in managing complex and integrated development and humanitarian programmes in Education for vulnerable and disadvantaged youth. She has led organisational change management processes, engaged with education and health systems strengthening, child protection, support to primary health care, including HIV/AIDs treatment and care, and ASRHR and livelihood support for vulnerable and marginalised youth, women and men in central and northern Uganda. In her varied capacities, she’s worked closely with government of Uganda, both at the national and local levels, and development partners. She closely involved with the Ministry of Education and Sports to advocate for improved Public Private Partnership (PPP). Susan has engaged both locally and internationally in resource mobilization activities.
Ida Percy Mutesasira
Percy is a Masters holder in Management Studies (HRM) – UMI, PGD in Human Resource Management – UMI, Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences – Makerere University. She has over ten (10) years’ experience in Human Resource Management at both Middle Management and Senior Management Levels.
Passionate about Girl-Child Education
Felix is a holder of MBA, BBA, PGD(OD) and DBS with over 20 years’ experience in Financial Accounting and Management. He also served as an Assistant Lecturer of Cost Accounting in Uganda College of Commerce (UCC) for 5 years. His work experiences span across National, Regional and International NGOs.
Jackline Nafuna Wondenga
Irene Akol Bira
Rebecca Nandudu Byamukama
Ken Rogers Mutebe
He Personally loves being part of the development of girl child of Africa and empower them to demand for their rights to stand on their own.
Supports the VACiS Project and continues to exercise his high level expertise in areas of Child Protection, Child Rights and Governance.