Teen Empowerment Uganda
(TEU) is a nongovernmental organization aimed at empowering teenage girls and boys to make positive choices that will enable them live powerful, productive lives.
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Britt Yamamoto
Ph.D, M.Sc.
Executive Director, iLEAP: The Center for Critical Service Seattle, USA

BrittDr. Yamamoto has developed a number of social enterprises and conducted extensive academic work in international development, civil society and food and agriculture. He currently serves as Executive Director of iLEAP, an international non-profit organization with an intention to cultivate and inspire a new generation of social leaders and global citizens. The organization conducts hands-on, educational and professional training programs in Seattle and innovative international travel programs in partnership with communities in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

Dr. Yamamoto is also a Core Faculty member in the Center for Creative Change at Antioch University Seattle as well as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the University of Washington Department Of Global Health. iLEAP

Maureen Kelley
Ph.D
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics,
University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle USA


Patricia Wamala
MA. Social Sector Planning and Management;
BA Gender and Development, Makerere University Kampala


Susan Ajok
MPH, Global Health, University of Washington, USA;
Executive Director Straight Talk Foundation, Uganda


Jackie Abongowath
MA. Public Administration and Magement (PAM),
BA Social Sciences Makerere University Kampala;
Editor, Straight Talk Foundation


Joan Kyobe
LLB [Hons] MUK
Solicitor/Legal Consultant [Kyobe Kisuule & Associates Ltd]
 
Developed a passion for young children while working with Nkwanga & Partners Advocates whose major specialty was adoptions and legal guardianships.

Stella N. Iwoku
BA. Social Work and Social Administration,
Uganda Christian

Solicitor/Legal Consultant [Kyobe Kisuule & Associates Ltd].
Developed a passion for young children while working with Nkwanga & Partners Advocates whose major specialty was adoptions and legal guardianships.

Betty Kagoro
Founder/Executive Director
Teen Empowerment Uganda (TEU)
BrittMs Betty Kagoro has over 10 years of experience in communication and HIV/AIDS programming in Uganda. She has vast experience in Advocacy, Public Relations and Behaviour Change Communication with special focus on HIV prevention, maternal health and Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Currently, she is the Communication Specialist at US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention in Uganda. Ms Kagoro's technical experience includes providing technical expertise to communication initiatives in Uganda, Kenya, Liberia and India.