Annual Leaders Gathering

Day One: 25th November (Virtual)

 

Agenda

The Annual Leaders Gathering will be hosted virtually from 19-21 November. Check the three-day schedule below. Please note that all times are in EAT

9:00 - 10:00

Opening Ceremony

Official #ALG2022 playlist curated by Members of the Institute network

 

Welcome to the 2022 ALG

 

Opening Keynote Remarks;

Carl Manlan, Chairperson Board of Directors, LéO Africa Institute
Dr. Martin Balaba, Medical Doctor & Entrepreneur & YELP Fellow Class of 2017

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Carl Manlan

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Dr. Martin Balaba

10:00 - 11:00

A Decade of Impact: In Conversation with Partners

Opolot Nicholas L’akwang, Programme Manager, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Uganda & South Sudan
Twasiima P. Bigirwa, Segal Family Foundation
Luke Ofungi, Deputy Director, CEED Concordia
Diana Ondoga, Manager, Corporate Social Investment- Stanbic Bank

 

Hosted by Kwezi Tabaro, Deputy Director, LéO Africa Institute

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Opolot L’akwang

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Twasiima P. Bigirwa

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Luke Ofungi

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Diana Ondoga

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Kwezi Tabaro

11:00 - 13:00

Investing in Bold, African Ideas – How the Story of the LéO Africa Institute Can Inspire Action

In-Conversation with LéO Africa Institute co-founder Magnus Mchunguzi. The speaker will share insights on opportunities and challenges of building enterprises on the Continent, and why it was important for him to invest in a Bold idea that became the Institute we know today.

 

Guest Speaker:
Magnus Mchunguzi, Director Kwanza Group and co-founder LéO Africa Institute

 

Hosted by: Nkatya Kabwe, Manager Strategic Communications, Central Bank of Zambia & YELP Fellow Class of 2018

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Magnus Mchunguzi

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Nkatya Kabwe

14:30 - 15:45

2022 YELP Annual Summit

The Future of the Young and Emerging Leaders Project (Closed to YELP Fellows)

15:50 - 17:00

Africa in the World – Why the Conversation Matters

Conversation with Africans in the Diaspora on the significance of keeping sight of the Africa interest, reconnecting with the continent and how progressive networks like CEED and LéO Africa can facilitate the exchange.

 

Conversation Panel:
Lucy Mbabazi, Board Chair – Emeritus, LéO Africa Institute
Samita Mandjee, Executive Director, CEED Concordia, Canada
Majaliwa Richard Byendimbwa, Member of the Board of Directors CEED Concordia, Canada
Mohamed Okash Sugow, Head of Innovations, SIMAD iLab, Valedictorian YELP Fellow Class of 2019, Somalia

 

Hosted by Ivan Kyambadde, Faculty Member, LéO Africa Institute, United Kingdom

 

*Hosted in partnership with CEED Concordia ( 7:50 AM - 9:00 AM Montreal, Canada Time)

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Lucy Mbabazi

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Samita Mandjee

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Majaliwa Byendimbwa

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Mohamed Okash

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Ivan Kyambadde

Day Two: 26th November (Physical at Pardis, Kololo)

 

Masters of Ceremonies

Wanjuhi Njoroge, Founder & President at Nelig Group of Companies, Valedictorian YELP Class of 2018
Rodrigers Osinde, Accountant, Save the Children International, YELP Class of 2018

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Wanjuhi Njoroge

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Rodridgers Osinde

9:30 - 9:45

Welcome Address by a Partner

Ms. Anne Juuko, Chief Executive, Stanbic Bank Uganda

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Anne Juuko

9:45 - 11:30

LéO Africa Institute at 10! - The Building of an Authentic African Platform

Keynote Address:
Awel Uwihanganye, Founder & Senior Director LéO Africa Institute

 

Follow up Panel Conversation with:
Cleofash Alinaitwe, Managing Partner, Agri Planet Uganda, Valedictorian YELP Fellow Class of 2017
Donald Byamugisha, Growth Strategist, YELP Fellow Class of 2017

 

Hosted by William Babigumira, Chief Executive Officer Pentascope Strategy, Senior Member of Faculty LéO Africa Institute

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Awel Uwihanganye

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Cleofash Alinaitwe

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Donald Byamugisha

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William Babigumira

11:30 - 12:00

Guest Performance

Special DJ session by Dj Jeryy

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Dj Jerry

12:00 - 13:00

Serving the Public Good

Keynote address by Justice Ralph Ochan; A Distinguished Public Servant, Former Chairman Public Service Commission, Republic of Uganda

 

Members of the Institute’s Huduma network reflect on the future of public service and how networks like the LéO Africa Institute can shape a more progressive and people-centered public service corps.

 

Doreen Akankwasa, Information and Data Management, Uganda National Oil Company, Huduma Fellow Class of 2021
Chark Benson Muhumuza, Officer Domestic Taxes, Uganda Revenue Authority, Huduma Fellow Class of 2022
Mark Mwidu Kabirizi, Investment Planner, National Planning Authority, Huduma Fellow Class of 2022

 

Hosted by Marvin Odongo, Performance Auditor, Office of the Auditor General, Huduma Fellow Class of 2021

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Justice Ralph Ochan

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Doreen Akankwasa

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Chark Muhumuza

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Mark Kabirizi

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Marvin Odongo

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch Break

Special DJ session by Dj Jerry

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Dj Jerry

14:00 - 15:00

In Conversation: A Decade Shaping Democracy Together

Speech by Anna Reismann Country Representative Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

 

Follow up conversation on KAS and LéO Africa’s partnership over the last decade. The speaker will also reflect on the changing times today and why partnerships based on shared values and aspirations are key to navigating a turbulent world.

 

Discussant: Awel Uwihanganye; Founder & Senior Director LéO Africa Institute

 

Hosted by Canary Mugume, Journalist, NBS TV and YELP Fellow Class of 2018

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Anna Reismann

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Awel Uwihanganye

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Canary Mugume

15:00 - 17:00

The Next Decade: What role can the LéO Africa Institute Network play?

Kwezi Tabaro, Deputy Director, LéO Africa Institute
Moses Mulindwa, Programme Associate - Policy, Governance and Civic Engagement at Uganda National NGO Forum, Huduma Fellowship Valedictorian 2022
Inshuti Zirimwabagabo, Program Administrator, Embassy of Sweden to Uganda
Cpt. Roger Akatwihayo, Captain, Uganda People's Defence Force, YELP Fellow Class of 2018

 

Hosted by Davis Mukyenga, Management Associate, Trinity Lawyers, YELP Fellow Class of 2019

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Kwezi Tabaro

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Moses Mulindwa

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Inshuti Zirimwabagabo

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Cpt. Roger Akatwihayo

17:00 - 19:00

Closing Ceremony

Reflections from #ALG2022, guest performances by invited artistes and #ALG2022 Happy Hour!

 

• Hosted by Cynthia Kyofuna, Founder, Publicity House, Huduma Fellow Class of 2021 and Aaron Akampa, Head Enterprise Banking, Stanbic Bank Uganda, YELP Fellows Class of 2018

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Cynthia Kyofuna

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Aaron Akampa

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Dj Jerry

Day 3: 28th November (Virtual)

 

SCHEDULE DETAILS Information of Event Schedules

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10:00 - 12:30

2022 YELP Annual Summit

The Future of YELP and review of mandate for the 2021-23 YELP ExCo team

Host

ALG 2022 Partners