The Shule Family

Shule Foudnation Uganda Team, The Outflow

Meet the Shule Family

 

JACQUELINE WOLFSON
Founder, CEO and Board Chair
Jacqueline Wolfson is a New York-based entrepreneur who has run her own personal concierge business since 2000. She has traveled extensively throughout the world, but has come to adopt Africa as her second home especially, Uganda. Since 2008, she has spent extended periods of time traveling across sub-Saharan Africa, living with local families in rural villages, volunteering in various capacities. She is also a graduate student in the NYU Fundraising Masters Program.


WATOTO MTAANI EXECUTIVE TEAM VOLUNTEERS

 

UNCLE SAM (TEAM LEADER)

UNCLE JB (RESETTLEMENT GURU)

WATOTO MTAANI CENTER STAFF

AUNTIE VICKY (MATRON)

UNCLE BEN (ADMINISTRATOR)

UNCLE STEVEN (WARDEN)

UNCLE AMBROSE (PSYCHOLOGIST)

AUNTIE JUSTINE (CHEF)

TEACHER FREDRICK

UNCLE JOSHUA (HOUSE MANGER)

KITALU SHULE ADVISORY BOARD

PROFESSOR ALICE MERAB KAGODA  
Advisory Board Member and Team Leader to Our Educators  
Alice Merab Kagoda, Professor of Education at Makerere University, has been involved in the Ugandan secondary and tertiary education system since 1976. Alice taught at a number of secondary schools before receiving her master's degree. Shortly after she joined Makerere University, where she has served as an Associate Dean (8 years) and a member of the Makerere University senate. In 1997 she obtained her doctorate from the University of Alberta in Canada.  A mother of two sons and a grandmother, Alice is a member of the Kampala City Rotary Club and spends her free time empowering girls and promoting their education.

Moses Wambi

MOSES WAMBI  
Education Advisor and Assistant Team Leader
Moses Wambi, Dean of Students in Uganda's Bishop Willis Core Primary Teacher College, is a long-time supporter of AIDS prevention and programs, quality elementary education and special education in Uganda. He has developed a written form of the previously only spoken form of his district's local language and published books for the initial teaching of reading in the local language. His home institution, Bishop Willis is a premier two-year preparation institution in Uganda, preparing young men and women to teach in town and village elementary schools.