Dopamine is a podcast featuring four girlfriends; Judith Otala, Gloria Nanfuka, Liz Karungi and Linda Mwesigwa, talking about adulting growing pains in Uganda. Why Dopamine? Well…great you ask, a scientist said that dopamine is the Kim Kardashian of hormones. Who wouldn’t want to associate with that?
Parents are people too!
In this episode Liz, Gloria and Judith explore how the relationships with their parents have evolved as they have grown up. Liz doesn't get that black tax thing and why you are bothered. Judith's family once had a meeting about her 😅 and Gloria is ideal child any parent could have 😄(Surely you can guess who wrote this blurb 😁)
#23 On Grant Writing & Networking: A conversation with Maureen Andinda
On this episode, we sit down with Maureen Andinda, a Business Development expert. We discuss Business Development; grant writing, networking and how grants could be used as a financing model for your business. As always, Gloria plugs herself shamelessly. By the way, Maureen is a big time fan of the podcast, it was an honour to talking to her.
#22 Building a career during a crisis
In August, Judith hosted Beatrice Langariti, a counsellor and personal development coach as part of the SoGal Kampala webinar series to talk about building careers during a crisis.
Listen in to all the gems from this session, we are certain that it is a beneficial session for anyone during this session.
#21 Leading like a human being
Judith and Gloria speak with Wilson Kiggundu, CTO of The Innovation Village about people centred leadership.
Key takeaways: Learn the personalities of each of your team members and invest in relationships.
#20 2020: What the hell?
In this episode Gloria, Judith and Liz talk about the growing pains of 2020 and how they have been hustling it out since the Rona hit us in a corner.
#19 Publishing in Uganda: The Story of Ibua Publishing
If you're a Ugandan within the 25-35 age bracket and haven't heard of The Lantern Meet before, we are straight up judging you. The Lantern Meet introduced and set the stage for artistic expression through words. Over the years the group has changed but what has not changed is their love for the African Story. On this episode, we speak to Amooti Wobusobozi of Ibua Journal about the work they are doing in film, publishing and probably recitals! We talk about the evolution of the foundation into Ibua Journal.