Why #ALG2021

The 2021 Annual Leaders Gathering is the second such meeting of emerging leaders within the LéO Africa Institute network across East Africa to reflect on the challenges facing society today and how different networks of innovators, entrepreneurs and decision makers in the public sector can come together to address them.

Event Speakers

Schedule

10:00 - 10:30

Opening Ceremony

Musical Performance

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Lagum The Rapper

10:30 - 10:45

Welcome remarks

Chairperson Board of Directors, LéO Africa Institute

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Carl Manlan

10:45 - 11:00

Keynote

Programs Director, Girls For Climate & YELP Fellow Class of 2017

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Joanita Babirye

11:00 - 12:00

In Conversation with Partners

Panelists

  • Judith Atim, Program Officer, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Uganda & South Sudan
  • Dedo Barashamaje, Director Strategy - Segal Family Foundation
  • Luke Ofungi, Deputy Director, CEED Concordia & Huduma Fellow
  • Catherine Asayo, Coordinator, Corporate Social Investment- Stanbic Bank & YELP Fellow Class of 2018

Hosted by Kwezi Tabaro, Deputy Director, LéO Africa Institute

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Judith Atim

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Dedo N. Barashamaje

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Luke Ofungi

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Catherine Asayo

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Kwezi Tabaro

10:00 - 11:00

In Conversation: LéO Africa Institute at 10! - The Building of an “Imagined Community”

In Conversation with

  • Hashim Wasswa Mulangwa, Chief Development Strategy Officer, Global Innovation Fund
  • Liz Muange, Investment & Value Chain Lead, SUED, YELP Fellow Class of 2017 & Member Board of Directors. LéO Africa Institute
  • William Babigumira; Chief Executive Officer Pentascope Strategy & Senior Member of Faculty LéO Africa Institute

Hosted by Awel Uwihanganye, Founder & Senior Director, LéO Africa Institute

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Hashim Wasswa Mulangwa

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Liz Muange

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William Babigumira

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Awel Uwihanganye

11:30 - 12:00

Performance

Musical performance by Lamu

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Lamu

12:00 - 12:15

Keynote

Chief Public Affairs and Communications Officer at Mastercard Foundation

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Julie Gichuru

12:15 - 13:00

In Conversation: What the Pandemic has taught us about the changing nature of “Imagined Communities” and Building Resilience

Panelists

  • Prosper Ahimbisibwe, Medical Doctor & YELP Fellow Class of 2018
  • Julie Gichuru, Chief Public Affairs and Communications Officer at Mastercard Foundation
  • Linda Umutesi, Founder of Umutesi Open Library

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

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Dr. Prosper Ahimbisibwe

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Julie Gichuru

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Nkatya Kabwe

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Linda Umutesi

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