Albert is Digital Director at TBWA\Uganda and the Founder of PC Tech Magazine and the ICTAU. Over the last eight years, Albert Mucunguzi has managed and executed projected projects in the information technology, Digital Communication and Public Relations sector for a variety of clients. Having founded PC Tech Magazine – a leading technology publication – Albert is currently the Digital Director at TBWA\Uganda, where is he is responsible for developing and executing the Digital Strategy for MTN Uganda.
He previously headed PR and Digital at MetropolitanRepublic. He has six years of communication experience and has worked on various brands in the sectors of technology, banking and telecommunications, including MTN, Stanbic, Centenary Bank, Microsoft, and Samsung.
Teddy RugeVice Chairman
Ruge, a recipient of a 2012 Champion of Change Award from the White House, is a respected contributor on Africa’s renaissance. His articles have appeared in major media outlets including the Guardian, New York Times, CNN and the Globe and Mail.
Born in Uganda and raised in East Africa and the US, Ruge believes in a connected and socially conscious global community. TMS Ruge, as he is commonly known, is CEO of Raintree Farms and Co-Founder of remit.ug, a money transfer platform and the Hive Colab, Uganda’s first technology incubator, among other businesses and initiatives working on cutting-edge solutions for social change. Raintree Farms is an agriculture business in his hometown of Masindi, Uganda.
Boaz ShaniDirector of Administration
Born in Israel and with a background in Production, Events, ICT, Marketing and Logistics, Boaz Shani has been living in Uganda for over 20 years and has been fully integrated into the culture here. Aware of the many challenges that many face on a day to day basis in the ICT field he continually looks for fast, practical and modern solutions to solve them. Boaz has been specializing in the ICT field for over 25 years and in 2010 teamed up with a group of young Ugandan technicians and designers for a heartfelt project Known as UGO – which is his biggest contribution to Uganda.
In 2011 Boaz initiated the formation of the ICTAU (ICT Association of Uganda ). Boaz also passionately assists and is a mentor for many young Ugandans entrepreneurs. Boaz lives in Kampala with his wife and two (2) daughters.
Daniel KalibbalaDirector of Development
Head of ICT, National Drug Authority.
Daniel Kalibbala, Director of Member Representatives
For the Last 18 years, Daniel Kalibbala has led teams of ICT professionals in transformation, enhancement and automation of business processes in national, regional and international agencies specifically in agricultural and health sectors. Daniel headed ICT at Nsambya hospital for 10 years before joining the National Drug Authority three (3) years ago. Daniel has been pivotal in the implementation and deployment of the EAC-MRH Medicines Regulatory Management System in Uganda National Drug Authority (NDAMIS) a system that has not only reduced traffic of pharmacy practitioners and business owners to and from NDA offices but also improved service delivery timelines by over 75%.
Daniel Kalibbala holds a Master’s of Science degree in Computing and Information Systems (MSCIS), he is a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA): Software Development, MTA: Security , MTA: Database Administration, MTA: Windows® Server Administration, MTA: Networking, MTA: Windows® Operating System.
Cedric AhebwaSecretary General
Cedric is the Program Analyst for Social Change Innovations at the United Nations Population Fund, Uganda (UNFPA) where he provides leadership in the development and implementation of social change innovation strategies aimed at improving the efficiency and effectiveness of delivering UNFPA programmes and outcomes. In the last 8years, he has worked with various organizations in harnessing ICT as enabler of development particularly in banking and reproductive health.
Cedric has previously served as the Head of Social Franchise and Strategy Manager at Marie Stopes International. He also served as Information Systems Manager & Mobile Technology Lead at Marie Stopes Uganda as well as an IT systems supervisor and Business Intelligence Officer at Centenary bank.
Dennis Tusiime RwatooroTreasurer
Dennis has worked with the Ugandan Judiciary where he has served as Regional Systems Administrator for the last seven (7) years and counting. An E-Justice enthusiast, he’s in the final stages of his Master’s of Science degree in ICT Management, Policy & Architectural Design from Uganda Martyrs University, Rubaga.
An ardent Arsenal supporter, Dennis is a proud Rotarian and he’s currently serving as an Assistant Governor.
Simon KaheruDirector of Communications
@skaheru is an enthusiastic Ugandan who describes himself as a Professional Communicator.
On an ordinary day, Simon is Public Affairs and Communications Director at Coca-Cola Beverages Africa in Uganda, representing Century and Rwenzori Bottling Companies and the Plastic Recycling Industries initiative to rid Uganda of plastic waste.
He is a co-founder of the ICTAU and an ICT enthusiast and entrepreneur.
Over the last twenty five years, Simon has worked at various levels in the mainstream media in Uganda, reported for global media, served the Government of Uganda in an Executive office, and worked in busy corporate bodies within Uganda, regionally and globally.
Simon is fun-loving, extroverted, and constantly plugged into as many gadgets as possible all inked to the internet and its various possibilities – and the only part of his life that he finds more important than the internet and his country Uganda, & his family.
Samson TusiimeDirector of Development
Samson is Team Leader at Veritas Interactive, a software development company that focuses on building enterprise solutions for schools, law firms and pharmacies. When not working on solutions for SMEs, Samson works on data tools and visualization solutions for civil society organizations.
Samwiri, as he is commonly known by his friends, uses his free time for Political Commentary, Charity, Mentorship and Rugby.
Joan KatambiDirector of Education
Joan Katambi, Director of Education
Joan “Jojo” Katambi is passionate about ICT and Education. Joan is currently a Lecturer at the Uganda Institute of Information and Communications Technology and also a CEO and Founder of the Digital Literacy Initiative in Uganda. Joan is a proud Rotarian and serves in the Rotary Club of Mukono Central. On Twitter she is @kjoanhope