Deputy Program Director: Kenneth Ojara
Kenneth is a graduate of Gulu University, where he received a bachelor’s degree in Quantitative Economics. He later earned a post graduate diploma in project planning and management from Gulu University. Kenneth has worked on research projects for Gulu Municipal Council, department of Health, planning and statistics.
Teacher Advisor: Fred Mulokwa Musungu
Fred Musungu is a teacher and writer and serves as a teacher advisor. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Bugema University and a Diploma in education from Kyambogo University both majoring in English Language and English Literature. He has worked with children at schools across Uganda in programs involving the arts, newsletter writing, guidance and counseling, community outreach, and youth health awareness. Fred has worked on collaborative education-based efforts with international groups such as Students Partnership Worldwide, United States Peace Corps, and the Netherlands based Fairpen Foundation.
Student Advisor: Marion Atim
Marion serves as a student advisor to about a dozen students ranging in age from 6 up to 16. She has been in this role for more than a year and works with students studying in the greater Kampala area and Entebbe. She is a graduate of Uganda Christian University and also works with Barclays Bank.