Dr. Kenneth Mugisha is the Acting Executive Director of AIDS Information Centre – Uganda, a Public Health Specialist and HIV physician. He has a broad range of experience, encompassing; technical roles, M&E, leadership, clinical training and project management. He has demonstrated capacity to effectively lead large and innovative HIV programs. He has experience working in Uganda, Swaziland, and Botswana; and has worked on multiple donor-funded projects, such as PEPFAR USAID, CDC, Global Fund, DFID, SIDA, Royal Netherlands, and Irish Aid.
Edward Okech is a member of Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA) with a wealth of experience spanning over 18 years in Financial Management across various sectors including NGO’s (5yrs), Telecommunication Companies & FMCG (6yrs), banking (2yrs), logistics (2yrs), construction in London (1yr) and hospitality (1yr). His key strengths are: Grants Management, Financial Reporting, Management Accounting and Reporting Audits and reviews, Preparing and Monitoring Budgets, experience working with USAID funded programs, and general administration. He has practical experience in using QuickBooks, Oracle, SUN systems, SAGE, Syspro, Navision, Tally and Bankmaster. Edward is currently the Director Finance and Administration AIDS Information Centre – Uganda.
Dacan Nobert is the Regional Manager for AIC Northern and West Nile of Uganda. He is a Program Management and Coordination Professional with training in Social Sciences from Makerere University (Kampala). He has worked with national and international agencies in the areas of Social Research, Health Service delivery for Key and Priority Populations, International Development and Access to Education. He is also a Transitional Justice and Peace Building Practitioner in Uganda.
Godfrey is an ICT specialist with over 15 years working experience in the field of Information Communications Technology (ICT) holding a Master’s Degree in Data Communications and Software Engineering, BSc. 2nd-class Upper (Hons.). He has worked in a senior position as ICT manager AIDS Information Centre heading 8 Regional Centres with duty station at head office Kampala. Prior to this position, he taught Undergraduate students (2005-2008) computer fundamentals and operations, database development and Airline reservation system at Makerere University as part-time lecturer and published an Introduction to computer Software Applications Book. Godfrey also worked as Systems Administrator (2003-2005) and Computer Technician (2000-2003) at the same University.
Mr. Tadeo Tumusiime is a Public Health expert with over 12 years track record of successful practice and leading gender responsive initiatives and providing technical support in responding to emerging and re-emerging health concerns in both humanitarian and development settings. Currently, he is the Regional Manager for AIC Central Region.
He is the founding team leader of Integrated Community Health Initiative Organization (ICHIO-Uganda), a non-governmental organization founded in 2014.This is run by students and alumni of Makerere University School of Public Health focusing on fostering student-led community transformation initiatives through implementation research. ICHIO focuses on most underserved populations of the city slums, islands, landing sites as well as responding to public health epidemics and emergences.
At global level, he provides mentorship sessions to young people that participate in the global health youth program hosted by the University of Florida, USA, a mentor in Global Give Back Circle through Baobab- which is a digital community or network for young African change makers and most recently a nominated speaker during the Antimicrobial resistance stewardship program of the Common Wealth Pharmaceutical Association Webinars.