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Sarah Mukasa

Advisory Board Member

Sarah Mukasa is the Deputy Director at the Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa. With over ten years of experience in leadership and management at senior levels in the not-for-profit sector in Africa and Europe, Sarah brings to OSIEA a wealth of knowledge, experience and networks. Prior to joining OSIEA, Sarah was the Director of Programmes at the African Women’s Development Fund (AWDF) where she oversaw and operationalised the growth of the organisation to become one of the largest women’s funds. She has written extensively on human rights, women’s rights, social justice and development, and has provided consultancy services to a number of agencies such as Ford Foundation, DANIDA, Concern Worldwide, Action Aid International and the Judicial Services Commission of Uganda. Sarah holds a BA in Business and Management from the University of East London and a MSc in NGO Management from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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The Charles mott foundation

An automotive pioneer, philanthropist, and leader in the community, Charles Stewart Mott cared about innovation, fairness, and communities. By working toward a world where each individual’s quality of life is connected to the well-being of the community, both locally and globally, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation continues this legacy.

A founding funder of the Centre, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation supported the establishment of the Chair and continues to support our programmes.

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