See below some of what we have done;
Andrew Kigumba Muguluma
Organisations that need to optimise the impact of leadership now appreciate the importance of coaching, and this is led by Andrew, an Executive Business and Leadership Coach.
He helps individuals and teams identify the roadblocks holding them back from their true potential through the process of goal-setting and self-discovery. He has worked with both profit and non-profit organisations, focusing on improving their business competitiveness and growth.
With over fifteen years of experience in training, mentoring, and public speaking, Andrew supports individuals in developing their leadership skills, enabling them to perform more effectively while at the same time leading their teams to excellence through motivation.
FF "Tusu" Tusubira
Tusu, an internationally recognised ICT professional, brings on board over thirty-five years of high-level organisational leadership as well as consultancy experience. He is a thinker and transformational leader. He is a Registered Engineer in Uganda and a Chartered Engineer in the UK. Tusu is deeply involved in ICT policy and regulation as well as organisational leadership development through training and practice and has served as Regional Vice-Chair of the Rotary Leadership Institute, covering Eastern and Central Africa.
He has served on various boards including the National Information Technology Agency of Uganda (as Chair); the Research and Education Network of Uganda (RENU); Busitema University Council (where he also chaired the Appointments Board; UbuntuNet Alliance for Research and Education Networking in Africa (also founding CEO); the research and education network of South Africa (TENET); the National Citizenship and Immigration Board of Uganda; the Uganda Communications Commission; and the Uganda Electricity Regulatory Authority.
Sylvia Nakajjugo Kizito
Sylvia leads the general administration and finances of KCL and supports liaison with our international network of expert associates as well as outsourced financial and administrative services.
The operations of KCL are based on work rather than jobs, in line with the trends under the fourth industrial revolution.
In KCL, we practice what we preach.
Grace Musoke Lwanga
Grace has over thirty-seven years of experience in institutional and project leadership and consulting.
Prior to devoting his time to full-time consultancy and advisory services in 2000, Grace served for 13 years with the Arusha-based Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) rising from Division Director to Deputy Director General, primarily responsible for planning, implementation, and accounting for the three main programme areas of ESAMI’s operations namely management development, consultancy, and research. He was instrumental in the establishment of Uganda’s Private Sector Foundation (now PSFU) when he served as the first Project Coordinator (1996-98).
Kimberly Kasana is a seasoned Business Development professional with a reputation built up over years of working in the banking and the private sector.
She is an expert business strategist with a sound understanding of organizational development, finance, and investments; and a skilled leadership trainer with experience providing companies with successful solutions to building organizational success.
She has extensive experience in Financial Services, Infrastructure Development, Agriculture, Human Capital Development, Programme Management, and Client Experience.
Ali brings on board twenty years of experience in large-scale surveys, geographic information systems, and data analytics. He has masterminded several nationally representative surveys focusing especially on the ICT sector in Uganda. Ali is additionally an accomplished researcher, taking part in continental-level analysis and strategy development, especially addressing data networks within the context of national research and education networks.
Recent surveys include the After Access Survey of Uganda through Research ICT Africa; National ICT Usage Survey for the National Information Technology Agency – Uganda; Mobile money surveys conducted on behalf of IDEO.org and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; Access & Usage of communication services survey for the Uganda Communications Commission (UCC). He is comfortable working with large datasets in Python, R, or Stata.
Dr. Lishan Adam
Lishan Adam brings on board more than 35years of professional experience in ICT sector development in Africa, the Caribbean, and Eastern Europe with a focus on access, infrastructure development, policy and regulation, and applications in key sectors like health, education, agriculture, and trade.
Since he began consulting in 2003, he has provided advice to governments, international institutions, and regional bodies on the communications/broadband infrastructure development, e-applications, digital inclusion, and policy and regulatory matters covering spectrum management, licensing, interconnection, interconnection, standards, type approval, and digital migration.
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