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Governance


His Highness Fr. P Jones Eganda
With 20 year experience in international development, I’m passionate about being part of the team resolving issues and problems faced by many people in developing communities
Mrs.Pamela Lubowa

Pamela is an Accountant with 21 years’ experience working for Charities and Not for Profit organisations. She also has experience in Event Management, Project Management and Fundraising.

 She also 13 years’ experience working at international level campaigning against discrimination in Football. She is also a co-Founder of Aido.

Ms Ama Gyasiwaa Amofa
Ama is an experienced Operational Excellence Practitioner. She has over 20 years’ experience in business management, marketing, good governance processes and advocacy, and has  worked in a variety of policy and leadership roles within the Private, Public and Charity business sectors in Africa and Europe. She is passionate about helping corporate and charitable organisations achieve maximum operational potential from setup, regulatory compliance, restructuring, through to raising funds and implementing social responsibility initiatives. 

Mrs.Brandy Mukasa
Treasurer 
Brandy is an Accountant with over 15 years’ experience in Financial services specialising in pensions and risk management. She is a co-Founder of Aido Network International. She has a deep understanding of International Charitable

organisations and believes that culture forms an integral part of one’s identity, and is key to both personal and societal development.

Ms.Thembisile Mahuwa

Thembisile is a law student, advocating for Human Rights and equality. She is part of the Project management team for Black Lawyers Association Student Chapter (Unisa). 

Thembisile has recently graduated in the Youth African Leadership Institute (YALI), which was begun by President Barack Obama in 2010, aimed at educating and networking young African leaders.  She also Director for Blvckreads, a literature organisation that aims to improve literature in South Africa, and the Director of Aido Youth Network.

Amb.Filda Lolem Braun
My Culture is whom I am. Culture is free and Cultural heritage is the simplest form of Unity and with Unity we can inspire change and growth amongst our communities. Filda is also the Deputy Director for Culture and Heritage

Linda Nsababera
Linda is a Consultant specialising in conceptualising projects, fundraising and project development in areas of agriculture and ICT in Africa.She has a career spanning 20 years as a Financial accountant, and has overseen change programs in Finance, HR, ICT, Customer Management and operations in 19 countries in sub-Saharan Africa.She is the Founder of the ‘And Now What’ podcast and is also the Chairperson for the Aido Business and Investment Committee (AiBC).

Dr.Samson B. Narteh-Yoe
Believes in a culture that promotes equal opportunities. Culture begins with empowering others to use their skills, values and resources to have a better tomorrow.

Mr.Nicholas Kalanzi
Nick has worked in corporate America for over 28 years of which 23 at Walgreens Boots Alliance Corporation a pharmacy, health and beauty retail which is the largest pharmacy organization in the World with branches globally.Nick has also played vital leadership roles in community structures including,  being a Vice President of Uganda community in greater Chicago, Midwest US representative in (UNAA) Uganda North American Association, nominated director of communication of the same association.

Ms.Thepi Motloung
Aido SA

Managing Director of Naledi ya Tshepi Business Consulting (Pty) Ltd.  T

shepi is the founding director of FutureLift Foundation an NPO.

She is a member of Adhoc Advisory Board of Global Goodwill Ambassadors appointed by SAGA and AHSEAI Nigeria.  

Tshepi as the Princess of Batlokoa Nation under HRH Kgosi B Molefe in Nquthu her home Chiefdom.

She is also part of Royal Batlokoa Executive Committee as the 2nd Assistant Secretary General – Strategic Partnerships and Entities.

Tshepi is the CEO of Queen Mmanthatisi Cultural and Heritage Institute (still in its formation stages).


Mrs. Cia Bianke
Believes in a culture that promotes equal opportunities. Culture begins with empowering others to use their skills, values and resources to have a better tomorrow.
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