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Viewpoints with Brenda is a podcast hosted by Brenda Ntambirweki, a Ugandan lawyer. Brenda regularly hosts conversations with African professionals, entrepreneurs, innovators, influencers and change-makers on various topics of interest. Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter: @viewpointsbybn

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Viewpoints with Brenda is a podcast hosted by Brenda Ntambirweki, a Ugandan lawyer. Brenda regularly hosts conversations with African professionals, entrepreneurs, innovators, influencers and change-makers on various topics of interest. Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter: @viewpointsbybn

    Nicholas Opiyo on Renewing Commitment to the Rule of Law

    Nicholas Opiyo on Renewing Commitment to the Rule of Law

    Our final episode of our second season features Nicholas Opiyo, the Founder and Executive Director and Lead Attorney at Chapter Four Uganda, a civil rights organization providing pro bono legal representation for marginalized and underserved communities in Uganda. Since 2005, Nicholas has been at the forefront of championing civil rights and political freedoms for underserved communities in Uganda. For his work, Nicholas has received several awards including the German Africa Prize in 2017, V...

    • 25 min
    Dr. Nataliey Bitature on Leadership, Gender Bias and Empowerment

    Dr. Nataliey Bitature on Leadership, Gender Bias and Empowerment

    Dr. Nataliey Bitature is the Chief of Staff at the Simba Group, an East African group of companies spanning hospitality, energy, telecom, real estate and a foundation, where she oversees operations, impact and partnerships across these sectors within Uganda. She is also the founder of Musana Carts, a social enterprise building solar-powered street food vending carts and HER, an online mentorship platform with over 3000 young African women. Nataliey has been recognised as a business leader and...

    • 24 min
    Michael Niyitegeka on Bridging the Tech Skills Gap in Uganda

    Michael Niyitegeka on Bridging the Tech Skills Gap in Uganda

    Michael Niyitegeka is the Program Director, Refactory at Clarke International University in Uganda and the ICDL Africa Country Manager for Uganda. He has over 20 years' experience in the ICT sector and has worked with several government, private, regional and international institutions. Michael is passionate and devoted to human capital development for the ICT sector in Uganda. Under Refactory, his flagship project, he has trained over 250 junior developers with an 80% placement rate in the e...

    • 28 min
    Muthoni Waigwa on African Creatives and African Content Production

    Muthoni Waigwa on African Creatives and African Content Production

    Muthoni Waigwa is a Kenyan creative entrepreneur with over 12 years’ experience in the media and entertainment industry. She is a digital content producer and creator and the co- founder of a graphic design and audio-visual production company, Nifty Works Plus Limited, which has been in operation for over 8 years. Muthoni is also a podcast producer and the host of Moments with Nderru Podcast which was launched in March 2020. On this episode, Muthoni speaks about creating and producing Af...

    • 16 min
    Aga Sekalala Jr. on Cross-Generational Family Businesses

    Aga Sekalala Jr. on Cross-Generational Family Businesses

    Aga Sekalala Jr. is a Ugandan entrepreneur, investor, business executive and innovator. Aga is the founder, former CEO and executive chairman of Radio Simba, one of Uganda’s most popular radio stations. He is also the Executive Director of Ugachick, a major poultry operation in Uganda, a former Board Chair of KCB Bank and a former Board member of the Uganda Investment Authority and the Uganda Export Promotion Board. Aga is currently the Vice Chairman of the Uganda Manu...

    • 38 min
    Nshuti Lucy Mbabazi on Cashless Economies as a Tool for Financial Inclusion

    Nshuti Lucy Mbabazi on Cashless Economies as a Tool for Financial Inclusion

    Nshuti Lucy Mbabazi is the Lead for Africa Advocacy & Partnerships at the United Nations Better than Cash Alliance, tasked with ensuring that digital payments reach and work for every African. Nshuti holds several advisory roles with a number of organizations such as Girl Effect, Girls in ICT Rwanda, Leo Africa Institute, BBOXX Rwanda and RICTA Rwanda. Nshuti previously worked with Rwanda Development Board, Visa Inc. and Ecobank Group. On this episode, Nshuti breaks down the mi...

    • 28 min

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Triump21 ,

Awesome content

Your content is refreshing. Keep up the good work. 💪💪

Pamidamu ,

This was Long Overdue

Thank you Brenda for bringing this to us. This was a great conversation with Mark, funny, intelligent, witty. I hope these conversations will inspire lots of young people in our country, the continent and around the world. Looking forward to more episodes.

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