Our Board & Team

Babara Bush

Babara Bush

CEO and Co-Founder, Global Health Corps

Barbara Bush is CEO and co-founder of Global Health Corps (GHC), which mobilizes a global community of young leaders to build the movement for health equity. GHC was founded in 2009 by six twenty somethings who were challenged by Peter Piot at the aids2031 Young Leaders Summit.
To engage their generation in solving the world’s biggest health challenges, Barbara and her co-founders believe health is a human right and that their generation must build the world where this is realized. Since that time, GHC has placed nearly 600 young leaders from more than 20 countries with non-profit and government health organizations like Partners In Health and the Clinton Health Access Initiative in Burundi, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Rwanda, Zambia, and the United States, developing them as creative, effective, and compassionate leaders along the way.

Sabrina Dupré

Sabrina Dupré

Global Head, Brand Strategy and Communications, Acumen

Sabrina Dupré is a communications, engagement and brand strategy executive with almost 20 years of experience building, positioning and strengthening purpose-driven brands to grow their businesses, mobilize their audiences and transform interactions into positive social change.
She is an entrepreneurial and passionate thinker-doer used to working closely with founders, and is a respected manager with a history of building happy, effective teams and positive working cultures. Ms. Dupré is a regular speaker on the topics of nonprofit innovation, corporate responsibility, sustainability and the intersection of digital technology and social causes. Currently, Ms. Dupré is the Global Head of Brand Strategy, Marketing and Communications for the global nonprofit venture fund, Acumen, a leading global investor in social entrepreneurship.

Gakwandi George Eustace

Gakwandi George Eustace

Chief Administrative Officer of Luwero, Uganda

Gakwandi George Eustace was first employed in the Uganda Civil Services in 1979 as the Assistant District Commissioner and has since worked in Tororo, Pallisa, Busia, Jinja, Kukono Iganga and in Luwero.
He is now the CAO (Chief Administrative Officer) of Luwero district in Uganda. He graduated with a B.A (Honors) degree, specializing in Political Science and Public Administration from Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. He then received a certificate in law, from the Law Development Centre in Kampala after pursuing the Administrative Officer’s Law Course. He holds a postgraduate diploma in Development Administration from the University of Birmingham, U.K. as well as a Master’s Degree in Public Administration and Management from the Uganda Management Institute.

James Kassaga Arinaitwe

James Kassaga Arinaitwe

CEO and co-founder

James Kassaga Arinaitwe is CEO and co-founder of Teach For Uganda. Prior to TFU James had 8 years of international development experience working with the President Jimmy Carter Center in the United States.
He was also a 2012-13 Global Health Corps Fellow in New York, and a School Partnerships Manager at Educate!. In 2014, James was selected as an Acumen Global Fellow, and spent 1 year in India working with a social enterprise providing education and livelihood skills to 2 million underserved youth. James is an Aspen Institute New Voices Fellow, and his Op-Eds on ethical and effective development solutions have been featured in Al Jazeera, NPR, Devex, The Guardian, and New York Times. He graduated with a masters of public health and policy from Florida State University, and a MA in sustainable development and international policy from the SIT Graduate, in Washington, DC.

Charlotte Iraguha Nsengiyumva

Charlotte I. Nsengiyumva

Co-founder and Chief of Programs

Charlotte has over 5 years of youth development experience. Upon completing University, she worked as a high school teacher for 2 years before joining Educate!.
At Educate!, she worked in various capacities as a Mentor, Program coordinator, Innovations manager and Design and Training manager before she left to Co-found Teach For Uganda. During her tenure at Educate!, Charlotte worked with National Curriculum Development Center(NCDC) to incorporate Educate!'s social entrepreneurship curriculum into the National entrepreneurship curriculum which is now impacting over 10,000 students across the country. She has designed and conducted entrepreneurship trainings for over 100 Ugandan youth and in her role as Innovations manager, she helped improve educate!'s model to make it scalable across Africa. She holds a bachelor's degree in Education from Bugema University.

Our Partners & Supporters

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