Board Of Directors
James Ronnie Mugabi-Chairman Board Of Directors
James has 17 years of experience in programme development and management from different organizations. He currently works with SOS Childrens Village as a National Monitoring, evaluation and Learning manager. Previously, he worked as a Manager of a Family Strengthening Program with a portfolio of four projects in the same organsation. Before that, he worked as an M and E Coordinator for AVSI Foundation an Italian organization on an OVC project that was funded by USAID. He worked as program officer in the same organization on nutrition project that was funded by World Food Program. James has strong competence in organizational capacity development, Programme management, team building (mentorship and Coaching), partnership and Networking, and Financial Management.
He holds a Master’s degree in Human Rights, a degree in Social Sciences, and a Post graduate diploma in Project Planning and Management.
Agnes Igoye- Board Member
Igoye is a Harvard Kennedy School Women in Public Policy Program (WAPPP) Fellow, spending this summer at Parliament of Uganda in the office of Pallisa Member of Parliament. She consults and interacts directly with women and girls in the constituency and design appropriate interventions for their empowerment, through education and economic empowerment
A recent Harvard Kennedy School Mid-Career Master in Public Administration graduate, Agnes also serves as Uganda’s Deputy National Coordinator, Prevention of Trafficking in Persons and Training Manager at the Directorate of Citizenship and Immigration Control. She has provided her expertise to organizations like the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime and the International Organization for Migration and represents Uganda in several inter-governmental committees on migration, peace and security. Her latest passion project includes building a center for human-trafficking survivors in Uganda with a DVF International Award prize she received at the United Nations. Since 2011, she has fundraised and delivered over 92,000 textbooks for the education of vulnerable children in Uganda. She is a 2017/18 Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) Commitment Mentor, to students across universities, working on the Criminal Justice category. A frequently-invited speaker at international conferences and universities including serving as the 2017 commencement speaker at Boston University (Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program). Agnes has served in various global advisory roles, including Ambassador to “Let Girls Learn
Agnes received The Josephine S. Vernon award as the most ‘Outstanding Fellow of the Edward S. Mason Program at Harvard Kennedy, was featured in the commencement issue of the Harvard gazette as one of the Stellar graduating students from across the University and was recognized by commencement speaker Mark Zuckerberg for her counter trafficking work and community service. In 2015, Agnes was named one of the 100 most influential people in Africa by New African magazine and in 2017, made the global list of 100 Vital Voices most exceptional women. Other awards include the Distinguished Leadership award for Internationals – University of Minnesota, and the 2012 and 2014 Inspirational Woman of Uganda Awards. In 2013, she was selected as one of 50 emerging Global Women leaders by the Women in Public Service Project launched by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2011.
Agnes is a 2010/11 Fulbright/Hubert Humphrey Fellow and studied Forced Migration at the University of Oxford. She received a Global Development and Social Justice Certification with a special session with President Jimmy Carter at Emory University in 2011.
Prudence Nyamishana- Board Memeber
Prudence is a blogger and communications specialist. She has been an author at Global Voices since 2013, she runs a blog (prunyamishana.org), and is a founding partner of Kweeta Uganda limited and This is Uganda (thisisuganda.org )With a wealth of experience, Prudence has worked with numerous organizations in and outside Uganda. She has consulted for a number of organizations including UN Women, Centre for Public Interest law-Uganda, HIVOs – providing technical assistance with strategic communication tools.
With a wealth of experience, Prudence has worked with numerous organizations in and outside Uganda. She has consulted for a number of organizations including UN Women, Centre for Public Interest law-Uganda, HIVOs – providing technical assistance with strategic communication tools.
She is an alumnus of the Africa school of Internet governance, a member of the Internet society in Uganda and the African Civil Society Information Society.
Rosebell Kagumire-Board Member
Rosebell is a communications and digital strategist, public speaker and award-winning blogger. She has experience in new media, rights in crisis, gender, peace and security. She currently works as communications officer for Africa at Women’s Link Worldwide. Her recent positions were as a Public Information Officer and Social Media Manager at the International Organization for Migration- the UN migration agency. In the past, she has worked as a communication strategist, trainer and consultant for various international organizations including Oxfam, Institute for Peace and Security Studies (IPSS) and the Nobel Women’s Initiative.
The World Economic Forum recognized Rosebell as one of the Young Global Leaders under the age of 40 in 2013 because of her advocacy for social justice. Rosebell has used new media tools to document and advocate for women’s rights in situations of armed conflict. Rosebell is a critic of media narratives on Africa and has a strong social media presence
Raymond Kagumire-Board Member
Raymond is the current Executive Director and the Founder-Not For Sale Uganda. Passionate about social justice, innovative social entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility. Raymond has been a Not For Sale and Not For Sale Ale Head ambassador Africa since 2014. He holds a Master’s degree of Administration in International Business from Amity University. In 2014 Raymond was recognized by Tallberg Foundation, Sweden as one of the Young African leaders. Over and above, he also worked in marketing and communications in different companies like Forever Living Products and Daily monitor (Business Executive) before joined Not For Sale ambassadorship program to fight against human trafficking
Nicholas Ssevume is Co- founder and programs Director Not For Sale Uganda, He is a social Entrepreneur and founder of Vume Enterprises a produce buying and Selling Company. Through his Company, Nicholas has helped in securing market and storage facilities for so many village farmers in Uganda. He is currently a Business part time lecturer at Makerere University Uganda. Together with his wife Nicholas runs a hands on skills mobile school in fashion designing and entrepreneurship in vulnerable communities.
Duncan Amanya Byentaro is the head of strategy and finance at Not For Sale Uganda. He is an accountant by profession with over 5 years’ experience. He has worked with various entities such as Kweeta Uganda and Living Earth Uganda. He holds a Bachelors of Commerce degree from Makerere University Business School and is a Certified Public Accountant from the institute of public Certified Accountants.
Edinah Ahurira is the current Public Relations Officer Not For Sale Uganda. Familiar with global health care, Behavioral change communication, community mobilization, humanitarian work, media relations, social media management, events management and development of publications. Edinah has been a Not for Sale and Not For Sale Ale ambassador since 2014. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication.she also worked as an Information and Advocacy Officer of AIFS Information Centre before she joined Not For Sale ambassadorship program to fight against human trafficking.
Mwijuka Andrew is a field coordinator, youth developer and peer educator with a great zeal for increased knowledge especially among the young people and local communities. Andrew Mwijuka has worked with various organisations like Mukwano group of companies, life changers movement and Prudential insurance (Uganda) as a sales representative. He holds a degree in microfinance from Kyambogo University and also engages in research for self-information and also working with different individuals and institutions.
Cynthia Kukunda joined the team in 2016 where she is currently the assistant field coordinator of Not For Sale Uganda, She strong willed and brave in the fight against human trafficking. In her words ” Every one of us deserves peace of mind that there is hope in the world” She is an entrepreneur, a chartered marketer and an actress and a media personality above all a Humanitarian. She has worked with compassion international Uganda and Record Television before joining the movement for social entrepreneurship as she is working on a project that will employ over 500 vulnerable girls and women