I am passionate mostly about 2 things: developing young leaders and the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Development. I currently serve as Relationship Lead, Africa Region for Medic Mobile where i support the digital roadmaps of Health programs of a national scale in Uganda, Kenya, Malawi experinces shared through work with international donor agencies.
In 2010, I received an achievement award from AED-Satellife – Center for Health and Information Technology, for work related to strengthening Health Information Systems in Uganda, using African Access Points and Mobile Devices. Brian also worked extensively on the use of Mobile devices for household data collection with various projects in Ghana, Nigeria and in Uganda.
During this time, I was introduced to, and started serving on the council of the Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa as the Secretary General (3 terms on the executive committee) of the foundation, including overseeing bi-annual summits in Abuja, Nairobi, Kampala as well as building Africa-wide networks.
In 2013, I accepted the Global Health Corps Fellowship with Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation supporting Communications and Documentation for the STAR-SW project.
I have led diverse teams as a founder and senior management roles with International Health Sciences University, Watoto Ministries, Ubunifu Systems, Kampala Leadership Hub and Haven Kids Salon. I also volunteer with Creative Commons movement for which I now serve as the Global Network Council Representative for Uganda.
In late 2016, I rejoined the Global Health Corps, in New York, where I served as Alumni Program Manager, overseeing program work to support a community of more than 850 global health leaders in more than 35 countries in the world.
Brian, who is also a founding member of the ICT Association of Uganda, holds a Bachelor’s in Computer Science, a Postgrad Diploma in Information Technology and an MBA (International Business) with Amity University of India. When he is not exploring the world through events, Brian will cook meals for family and friends, enjoy a good book, post a blog or play guitar. Brian is a volunteer at his local church with the Creative Arts & Media Teams.
- Leadership and Management – Developing leadership skills among young people
- Global Communities, Strategy and Operations – Working across borders, and cultures.
- ICTs for Development – How ICTs can benefit Non-Profits in Health and Education
- Training & Development – Capacity Building, One-on-One Coaching, Mentoring
- Community Service & Volunteering – Creating Scalable Models for unemployed youth to serve their communities.