Ms. Jane Seruwagi Nalunga

Ms. Jane Seruwagi Nalunga

Executive Director
Ms. Eresi Mbambu

Ms. Eresi Mbambu

Finance Manager
Ms. Harriet Musanzi

Ms. Harriet Musanzi

Manager - Administration & Human Resource
Mr. Sam Tumugarukire

Mr. Sam Tumugarukire

Monitoring and Evaluation Manager
Mr. Africa Kiiza

Mr. Africa Kiiza

Program Coordinator, Trade Policies and Negotiations
Ms. Regina Navuga

Ms. Regina Navuga

Program Coordinator, Financing for Development/Tax Justice
Mr. Ausi Kibowa

Mr. Ausi Kibowa

Program Associate, Debt and Aid
Ms. Brenda Awori

Ms. Brenda Awori

Program Assistant - Documentation & Communication
Mr. Herbert Kafeero

Mr. Herbert Kafeero

Program Coordinator, Communications, Documentation and IT
Ms. Grace Namugambe

Ms. Grace Namugambe

Program Officer Financing for Development/ Tax Justice
Ms. Immaculate Ndagire

Ms. Immaculate Ndagire

Acting Program Officer, Agricultural Trade and Rural Transformation
Mr. Aloysious Kittengo

Mr. Aloysious Kittengo

Program Officer, Financing for Development
Mr. Sadat Kiyingi

Mr. Sadat Kiyingi

Program Support - Agricultural Trade for Rural Transformation
Mr. Rogers Tomusange

Mr. Rogers Tomusange

Program Support - Trade, Investment and Development
Ms. Lilian Nansubuga

Ms. Lilian Nansubuga

Finance Officer
Ms. Nassuna Joanita

Ms. Nassuna Joanita

Program Assistant - Women and Economic Justice
Mr. Thomas Odora Etwop

Mr. Thomas Odora Etwop

Program Officer, Agricultural Trade for Rural Transformation
Brenda Akankunda

Brenda Akankunda

Program Officer, Investment for Sustainable Development
Mugwanya Edward

Mugwanya Edward

Program Support
Mr. Patrick Mukungu

Mr. Patrick Mukungu

Security Guard

Ms. Jane Seruwagi Nalunga

Executive Director

Jane Seruwagi Nalunga is an expert on trade, tax and investment related issues in general and the multilateral, bilateral, regional and national trade and investment policies and Agreements in particular. She has more than 20 years of experience in policy research, analysis and advocacy and has authored a number of policy-oriented studies and articles.Jane sits on a number of national policy making bodies; and advises government and Parliament on trade, tax and investment-related matters. She is a member and actively participates in a number of networks at national and global levels.She holds an Honors Bachelor of Arts degree in History and English Language (Makerere University); a Diploma in Education from Makerere University; and a Masters of Arts (M.A) in African History from the University of London.She is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ACIS) and currently the Executive Director of SEATINI-Uganda.

Ms. Eresi Mbambu

Finance Manager

Currently Eresi is working as the Finance Officer of SEATINI-Uganda where she guides the organization in its financial management. Eresi is an Accountant by profession. She is currently pursuing a Certified Public Accountants of Uganda Course (CPA-U) and holds a Bachelors Degree in Accounting and Finance from Kyambogo University, Management Accounting for NGOs Certificate (MANGO), a diploma in Business Accounting and a servant leadership training course Certificate from Development Associates International. Currently Eresi is working as the Finance Officer of SEATINI-Uganda where she guides the organization in its financial management.

Ms. Harriet Musanzi

Manager - Administration & Human Resource

Harriet Muwagula is the Administration and Human Resource Officer. She provides programme administrative support and ensures the general day to day office administration and management of SEATINI- Uganda’s Human resources. She is a Social worker and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work and Community Development and a Diploma in Community Based Rehabilitation from Kyambogo University. She has worked with SEATINI Ug since 2017. Harriet is very passionate about people and has three years of experience in care and social services. Her greatest desire is to create a work-friendly and challenging environment that fully harnesses employee professional potential.

Mr. Sam Tumugarukire

Monitoring and Evaluation Manager

Sam is an economist, marketer, and M&E expert. He has employment experience of over 15 years supporting M&E functions of development projects and programs in the NGO setting. He is familiar with working with grassroots and local government partners in monitoring development programmers. Sam joined SEATINI Uganda in October 2018 as Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, where he is responsible for overseeing the M&E function of the organization. He has also previously worked with a number of human rights and advocacy organizations supporting M&E functions for effective program delivery. He has particularly supported development programs and projects funded by key development partners including DGF, EU, USAID, DFID, DCA and Oxfam among others. He has also conducted evaluations for various development programs both at national and regional levels as well as supported strategic planning processes for a number of national civil society organizations. Sam holds a Masters of Arts Degree in Economic Policy and Planning from Makerere University, A post graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from Uganda Management Institute and; A Bachelor of Commerce degree (Marketing) from Makerere University. He has also attended other short certificate trainings in M&E; project planning and management; budgets and accountability; and report and proposal writing among others.

Mr. Africa Kiiza

Program Coordinator, Trade Policies and Negotiations

Africa is a researcher, activist, and development anthropologist with seven years' experience in Trade policy and development. He holds a Bachelors of Development Studies (specializing in International Trade) from Makerere University and MSc. in Governance and Regional Integration from the Pan African University. He has worked with SEATINI-Uganda as a Officer on Multilateral and Bilateral Trade Negotiations and has participated in numerous meetings and conferences on Trade negotiations at Regional and WTO level. He has written numerous articles on Global Value Chains, Trade and Investment Negotiations, Sustainable Development Goals, Aid and Aid for Trade. Africa has been quoted in "Trade is War"; a book by Yash Tandon, as among those who, in action and solidarity, continue to challenge the globalized trade warriors".

Ms. Regina Navuga

Program Coordinator, Financing for Development/Tax Justice

Regina is an expert on trade and Taxation issues. She is a Programme head under Financing for Development. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in International Trade and Development from TRAPCA (Trade Policy Center in Africa) and an Honors Bachelors Degree in Commerce from Makerere University Kampala-Uganda. She has contributed to a number of publications on tax and budget.

Mr. Ausi Kibowa

Program Associate, Debt and Aid

Ausi is passionate about development policy work. He has built experience working on several Trade, Investment and Fiscal policy related issues while at SEATINI. His current focus is on analyzing the different alternatives to development finance for Low Income Countries with major interest in public debt and aid related issues.

Ms. Brenda Awori

Program Assistant - Documentation & Communication

Brenda is a professional Journalist and Documentary Film maker who is focused, ambitious with a strong passion for filming and documenting people’s life stories, sharing social media content mainly keeping the world posted about what is happening, community well-being and national development. She holds a first class Diploma in Mass Communication and Journalism from United Media Consultants and Trainers with three years’ experience in writing, storytelling and vlogging.

Mr. Herbert Kafeero

Program Coordinator, Communications, Documentation and IT

Herbert Kafeero is a Communications enthusiast and Development Practitioner with seven years’ experience in corporate communication, planning and executing campaigns, mission driven storytelling and strategic partnership development. Herbert Kafeero is deeply passionate communication using the new media. He is proficient in digital technology and passionate about communication. Herbert is an author and has co-authored several health, agriculture and development related information materials and contributed to advocacy efforts for improved livelihoods. Currently, Herbert Kafeero serves as the Communications, Documentation and IT Coordinator at SEATINI Uganda.Prior to his current position, Herbert was the Communications Officer at A Global Healthcare Public Foundation (AGHPF) where he coordinated the communication function of the CDC/PEPFAR funded project aimed at strengthening quality of diagnostics across Public and Private healthcare laboratories in Uganda. Herbert also worked previously as the Communications Officer at SEATINI – Uganda. Herbert holds a Bachelor of Development Studies degree from Makerere University. Herbert Kafeero has also attended several short courses in Digital Marketing, Website Management, Photography, Public Policy Analysis and Quality Management Systems Implementation.

Ms. Grace Namugambe

Program Officer Financing for Development/ Tax Justice

Grace is a Programme Officer under financing from development/Tax Justice Programme. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from Makerere University Business School and a Postgraduate Diploma in Taxation at the East African School of Taxation. She has over two years' experience in research, analysis and policy advocacy on areas around Financing for Development. She is hardworking, resourceful and ambitious with a good understanding of economic theory and its practical implication. She is able to work amidst multiple priorities with tight deadlines. She is highly organized with great embrace to time management and teamwork.

Ms. Immaculate Ndagire

Acting Program Officer, Agricultural Trade and Rural Transformation

Immaculate is working an Acting Programme Assistant under the Agricultural Trade and Rural Transformation. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration at Ndejje University (specializing in Management) with over three years of hands on experience in the field of Research, Analysis and Policy advocacy in areas of agriculture, trade and rural transformation. Immaculate is interested in a wide range of issues including climate change, agro processing, and agricultural trading. She has contributed to the development of several papers on issues of climate change, seed as well as value addition and has participated in numerous local, national and regional agricultural and trade related meetings which have continued to build her capacity in policy advocacy.

Mr. Aloysious Kittengo

Program Officer, Financing for Development

Aloysious Kittengo currently works as a Programme Officer under Financing for Development /Tax Justice Programme. He holds a Postgraduate Certificate in International Trade Facilitation and Development from Trade Policy Training Centre in Africa (TRAPCA)- Arusha, Tanzania. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Science from Makerere University Kampala, Uganda. He has five years experience in Trade, Tax and Policy-related advocacy from local, national, regional and Global level. Aloysious' ambition is to become a reputable Social Scientist with specialization in developmental related issues for the improved people's livelihoods in associate with other professionals and institutions where his knowledge and skills are highly needed and acknowledged. He has a clear logical and practical approach to problem solving and capable of working under pressure on one hand and, with equal confidence in working independently on the other.

Mr. Sadat Kiyingi

Program Support - Agricultural Trade for Rural Transformation

Sadat Kiyingi works as a Program Support Staff under the Agricultural Trade for Rural Transformation Program at SEATINI Uganda. He holds a Bachelor’s of Business Studies (BBS), specializing in accounting from Islamic University in Uganda, Kampala campus (IUIU KC), Post Graduate Diploma in Tax and Revenue Administration (DITRA) from the East African School of Taxation (EAST). Previously, he worked as a Programme Assistant under Trade Policies and Negotiations where he ably conducted research. His areas of interest include: providing an inspired leader ship for the operation of SEATINI-Uganda processes, to ensure quality, productivity and efficiency of the organisation.

Mr. Rogers Tomusange

Program Support - Trade, Investment and Development

Tomusange Rogers is a Human Rights advocate with over 2 years in advocacy related activities. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences from Makerere University. Rogers works under the Investment for Sustainable Development program where he is engaged in Investment Policy Analysis, Research, and capacity building of various stakeholders to actively participate influencing investment related policies and practices for the realization of sustainable development.

Ms. Lilian Nansubuga

Finance Officer

Lilian serves as a Finance Officer at SEATINI Uganda. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Management Science from Kyambogo University Kampala- Uganda. She is also currently pursuing a Certified Public Accountants of Uganda Course (CPA-U).

Ms. Nassuna Joanita

Program Assistant - Women and Economic Justice

Joanita is a Program Assistant, Women and Economic Justice. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Computing from Makerere University. Joanita has substantial experience in Program Management and Community Mobilisation.

Mr. Thomas Odora Etwop

Program Officer, Agricultural Trade for Rural Transformation

Thomas Odora Etwop is a Researcher and Regional Integration expert. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Development Studies from Makerere University and a Master of Arts in Governance and Regional Integration (Regional Integration Option) from the Pan African University of the African Union Commission. He has written and published review articles in a Peer Review Journal and has been involved in a number of Research Studies where he also worked with Makerere University School of Public Health on a Study in Eastern Uganda. He is passionate about Equity and social inclusion. He is a motivated team player who excels at collaborating with other team members and has good knowledge of field research and data analysis, project planning and management as well as capacity building.

Brenda Akankunda

Program Officer, Investment for Sustainable Development

Mugwanya Edward

Program Support

Mr. Patrick Mukungu

Security Guard

As our security guard, Patrick holds an ordinary level certificate of education. He does a number of things from watching office premises to preventing and detecting, evicting suspicious persons from premises where necessary, calling police or fire brigade in cases of emergency, such as fire or presence of unauthorized persons , to cleaning of office premises (sweeping & slashing of the compound and tending to plants and flowers i.e. regular watering and maintenance care)