The Chairperson of the Board, Eng. Dr. Vincent B. A. Kasangaki is a professional registered Engineer (in Uganda) with over 30 years' experience in the field of Electrical Engineering, specialising in electric power systems, energy management and planning, control systems, digital communication systems, and IT systems/networks. He has been the lead Electrical Consulting Engineer for several projects. He is a Past President of the Uganda Institution of Professional Engineers; and a former member of the Engineers Registration Board. Dr Kasangaki taught at Makerere University from 1976 to 2003; and at the time he left the University he was an Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering. He served as Member of the Electricity Regulatory Authority (ERA) for 10 years (2000-2010); and is a former Principal of Uganda Institute of Information and Communications Technology (UICT). Currently, he is the Chairman, Board of Directors of IMK Engineering Company Limited and Senior Consultant in the same firm. He is a member of Uganda Institution of Professional Engineers (UIPE).
Dr. Nora Mulira holds a PhD in Service systems development, from Delft University of Technology (TUDelft) The Netherlands, an Msc. Management Information Systems (MIS) and a post-graduate diploma in Information Systems from the London School of Economics (LSE), University of London, U.K. Dr Mulira also holds post-graduate qualifications in ICT Enterprise management, and Senior Executive Education (public/private Collaborative solutions) from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, U.S.A. and judge Institute of Management Studies, School of Engineering and Technology, University of Cambridge, U.K. She is an alumnus of Gayaza High School.
Dr. Mulira has consulted and worked in various ICT capacities in public/private development projects and academia. She is the Director Research and Development, National Council for Higher Education (NCHE), and Senior Consultant, Knowledge Consulting Limited (KCL), Uganda
Ms Jane Frances Anyango Kabbale holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) and Masters in Business Administration executive and senior level experience with skills to integrate strategic and policy making skills, ICT, corporate governance, effective communication, administrative, risk management, business development services, capacity building supervision, project and fund management, Project design consulting services. She represents the Uganda Association of Bankers at the board.
An ex-offico member, Eng. Charles Lwanga Auk holds a Master of Science degree in Telecommunications Engineering. He has an experience of over ten years in the ICT sector both in public and private sector. Currently he is the Assistant Commissioner for Telecommunications and Posts in the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology.
Mr Godfrey Mutabazi is the Executive Director of Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) - the regulatory authority of the communications sector in Uganda, which comprises broadcasting, postal and telecommunications services.
Mr Mutabazi is an aeronautical engineer and a fully registered member of the Royal Aeronautical Society of the United Kingdom. He holds a Masters of Science Degree in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) with a bias in Spectrum Planning (University of Liverpool, U.K)...Read More
Dr Wardah Mummy Rajab-Gyagenda holds a Doctorate of Philosophy Degree (PhD) in International Affairs and Development among other qualifications. Currently, she is the Director of Research, Publications and Innovations at Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU). Dr Rajab-Gyagenda brings a wealth of experience from the academia, civil society and governance areas. Though an academic, she is the voice of consumers at the board.
Ms Evelyn Piloya holds a Bachelors Degree in Development Studies. Currently, she is Programme Officer, Grassroots' Women Association for Development based in Gulu. Previously, she worked with the Aids Support Organisation and as Programme Officer in Community Action for Women in Africa. She has skills and experience in counselling as well as training of trainers. On the board, Ms Piloya represents the interests of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs), gender and the civil society, among others.