The WITU Team comprises of the director, program coordinators, trainers, club heads, a secretary and volunteers
He is a graduate of Project Planning and Entrepreneurship at Uganda Christian University and currently pursing a Masters in Project Planning and Management at Uganda Management Institute.
Irene Kituyi is a Life Skills trainer at the WITU Hub and the Radio Team leader at Straight Talk Foundation.
She is well conversant in the fields of behavior change communication , project planning and management, team building, decision making, trainer of trainers,
Micheal Bintu is an ICT trainer at the WITU Hub and the Creative Director of Ello Digital Designs Limited.
Victoria .B. Mbabazi is a volunteer at the WITU Hub, an intern at Airtel Uganda and social media consultant for Open Mic Uganda.
Brian Nkurunungi is an ICT trainer at the WITU Hub and the Managing Director of Crystal Technologies Uganda
Leticia Nakitende is a Bachelor of Business Administration graduate from Makerere University Business School. She is the secretary at the WITU Hub.
Lynn Asiimwe is the head of the Python Club at the WITU Hub and a software developer with Access Mobile.
She has a passion for innovation in Africa
Maureen Tweyongyere is a Life Skills trainer at the WITU Hub and the Manager of the Career Guidance Centre at Makarere University Business School.
Viola Nuwaha is a volunteer at the WITU Hub and the Junior ICT Officer/ developer at Farm Radio International
Mariam Nchai is a Life Skills trainer at the WITU Hub and the Administration Officer at ICT Association of Uganda.
Women In Technology Uganda (WITU) started in 2011 and was registered in Uganda as a non profit in 2012. WITU is empowering young women in Technology and Business by building capacity through training, mentoring and networking.
In February 2014, we opened the First women focused tech hub in Uganda called the WITU Hub. We are located in Kamwokya on Plot 18 Kanjokya street.
So far we have trained 100+ young women in Tech and Business and the first intake of school dropouts of about 74 ladies is set to graduate on Friday 27th June 2014.
To Zero the Technological Gender Gap
To support women’s local capacity building and skills development in Technology and Business in Uganda through training, mentor-ship, networking and knowledge sharing in order to drive economic and sustainable development
We are grateful to those who are able to give their time and expertise to our cause. If you would like to volunteer with us, please get in touch as there are various areas in which to you can volunteer.
If you have expertise in an area of interest to WITU, you are welcome to work with us on those areas to further the cause of more Women in Technology.