Bernard Ewalu Olupot: Also known as Beewol, is an award winning Blogger and Digital Media Practitioner who loves and lives his life on the Internet. Having worked on Radio and TV he has curved out a career as a communicator. He is passionate about music, sports, travel, and the internet and has a keenness for social justice.
Prudence Nyamishana: is a Ugandan blogger. She has been an author at Global Voices since 2013, she runs a
blog (prunyamishana.org), and is a founding partner of Kweeta Uganda (kweeta.com) and This is Uganda (thisisuganda.org ).With a wealth of experience, Prudence has worked with numerous organizations in and outside Uganda. She has consulted for a number of organizations including UN Women, Centre for Public Interest law-Uganda, HIVOs – providing technical assistance with strategic communication tools. She is currently coordinating a project Blogging for social Justice project at Kweeta Uganda in partnership with HIVOs. She is an alumnus of the Africa school of Internet governance, a member of the Internet society in Uganda and has been appointed as National coordinator for the African Civil Society Information Society.
Davidson Ndyabahika: Is a Journalism major from Makerere University.
He is very passionate about journalistic writing and after doing his internship at Ultimate Multimedia Consult, Davidson started freelancing with The Campus Times, The Observer, Chimp reports and URN. He is devoted to investigative journalism and is currently reporting under Education.
He is also passionate about reporting on environment, health, crime and political satire writing. He is currently working with URN as an Education Journalist, blogger here and here
Ruth Adong: Is a journalist and blogger she started blogging as a hobby in 2013; it was a way to make light of the everyday situation plaguing me and the ordinary Ugandan. Her stay in the journalism Industry helped her improve her writing grew, she blogs about tackle issues like suicide, changing patterns in societal behavior.
One of her blog posts “Bad Week to be a Child” got her invited to attend a 10 day conference for Africa Women Writers on how to shape writing as a tool of social justice .Although Ruth posts daily life stories, she balances out with the real issues in society.
Karen Ihimbazwe is a community volunteer, an administrator by profession, and a blogger at she revealed who is mostly passionate about the life and mind of women and children, both young and old; Karen blogs about real life experiences and basically shares knowledge on life skills, leadership, Project management, and issues of sexual reproductive health and rights.
Edward Nimusiima is a 25-year-old Ugandan. He is an International Relations graduate from Makerere University. He is a self-taught Journalist with The New Vision/The Kampala Sun. He is also a Copywriter with MAAD Advertising. He is a blogger, photographer and an aspiring filmmaker.
Shanine Linda Ahimbisibwe is young Ugandan writer, blogger, public speaker and social media activist based in Kampala, Uganda. She runs her own freelance blog and is also a founding member and author at This is Uganda, a website dedicated to changing the Ugandan narrative worldwide.
She holds interest in social justice, climate action, and human rights activism and therefore uses her online presence to advocate for these causes.
She has participated in a number of social media campaigns, most recently being the Girls Act campaign by AHF Uganda cares, Family Planning Awareness by the Public Health Ambassadors of Uganda, Climate Action by the International Institute for Environmental Change which have all registered success in terms of reach and awareness.
She studied Organizational psychology at Makerere University Kampala and is currently a Human Resource Trainee at Action Africa Help Uganda. She enjoys reading, being in the company of people and her ultimate goal is to make a substantial contribution towards the international creative space.
Waiswa Batambuze is a writer, analyst, youth activist, communication specialist and human rights advocate. For close to four years now, he has been blogging about human rights, politics and sexual reproductive health and rights on different international platforms for example Girls Globe, Global Citizen and the Health Digest Magazine. Waiswa graduated from Uganda Christian University with a Bachelor’s degree in Law. He is also an avid reader
A lawyer by profession, Daphine Arinda gave up her job at a top Law Firm to devote all her energies to writing. Her Blog Evabella is a manifestation of the art, thoughts and experiences of a Fearless, Bold and Revolutionary writer. She has been writing for over 6 years focusing on poetry, legal analyses and more recently short stories. She writes because it is fulfilling to capture LIFE in words and translate it to art through poetry and stories so that posterity may behold authentic Ugandan literature.
Ruth Aine Is a Online Communications Practitioner based in Kampala Uganda. She has been doing this for the last 4 years. Her interests are youth development, governance and democracy, African innovations for society and by youth, among others. She has worked with regional organisations like : Africa Against Ebola Trust, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Media Program, African Union amongst others. Currently she is working with Center For Policy Analysis – home of Parliament Watch Uganda and Africa Blogging among others. Key recognitions for her work done include : Heinz Kuhn Stiftung Young Journalists Award & UN Foundation – Social Good Connector.
Winnie Watera, holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the Makerere University College of Development Economics. She is currently working with the Center for Policy Analysis (CEPA) as a Program Associate. She also has knowledge on the legislative and oversight processes of the Parliament of Uganda attained from working with Parliament Watch Uganda. Winnie is also a member of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Young Leaders Think Tank for Policy Alternatives