Angela Nayiga

FOunder, CEO & TEACHer

Angela is passionate about making a change in her country Uganda and Africa as a whole through technology. She believes that through a good foundation in tech education, more Ugandans will be empowered to venture into various tech fields. She has worked as a Computer Science teaching Assistant  both at her school and coding camps such as "Girls Who Code" which inspired her to extend this world class education to the youth in her own home country, Uganda.

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Alvin Abaho

Teaching  coordinator

Alvin is a tech enthusiast, software developer and an embedded systems engineer. He is passionate about working with youth and through volunteering he has trained cohorts of young engineers in fundamental computer programming. He believes in Africa's potential to be a force to reckon with in the global arena of technology advancement with its youth at the helm of it.

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Birungi Daphine Olivia is the C.E.O at Young Talents Nursery School & Daycare and currently pursuing her Master's Degree in Financial Risk Management at Stellenbosch University. As a peer educator she is passionate about driving the youth to develop interests and construct their own identities and understandings of this rapid evolving world through belonging, being and becoming

Birungi Daphne

LOGISTICS  coordinator

Kakooza Abraham Jerry is currently pursuing a degree in Telecommunications Engineering at Makerere University.He interned with the Stanbic Bank Uganda IT department  and is passionate about technology advancements and how they better our lives.

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Kakooza Jerry

Media coordinator


Agaba Emily

FINANCE Coordinator & WEBsite manager

Agaba Emily holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Makerere University. She is a Fourth Industrial Revolution enthusiast and is passionate about leveraging human-centred technology to develop appropriate technologies for underserved communities in Uganda. She believes empowering African youth through coding will drive an Afro-centric technology revolution.