With eight employees, CCFU staff are encouraged to work as a team. We also often work with specialists from collaborating organisations as volunteers, consultants and researchers on specific case studies and programme activities.
Emily Drani, M.Phil
Executive Director
M.Phil Development Studies, Endogenous Development.
Emily leads CCFU, supports strategy and policy development, research, training and public relations.
John De Coninck, PhD.
Technical advisor
PhD. Political Economy.
John mostly supports research, publications, training and policy development and implementation
M. Management Science, B. Laws
Barbra supports the coordination of CCFU’s programmes at national and international levels and supports leadership on effecting policy, operations and efficient use of resources
Fredrick Nsibambi
Heritage Programmes Manager
MA. Economics & Administration of Cultural Heritage.
Fredrick takes charge of the cultural heritage programme
Heritage Programme Officer
BA. Economics
Aliguma is responsible for Communications, ICT and Social Media; the Cultural Entrepreneurship project and Heritage Advocacy.
Finance and Administrative Officer
Bachelor of Business Administration
Petwa ensures effective implementation of administration and financial systems, policies and practices in line with recognised standards and regulations
Amoni Kitooke
Heritage Program Officer
B.A. Education
English Language and Literature. Amoni is responsible for CCFU’s Heritage Education Program; and supports the Culture and Gender programme
Badru Katende
Badru provides us with a clean working environment and runs errands for the team
Racheal Niwahereza
Administrative assistant
BA Social Sciences
Racheal provides administrative and secretarial support to the Foundation and provides front desk information to clients, partners and visitors
Oneko Raphael
Security Officer responsible for the steward of the building and monitoring it out of office hours.