This morning (30|07|2020) at the KCCA Headquarters, the new members of KCCA leadership including; The Executive Director - Dorothy Kisaka, with Eng. David Luyimbazi as her deputy and the Director for Human Resource and Administration - Grace Akula.
This comes few days after a Sarah Kanyike who was initially appointed by President Yoweri Museveni to serve as the Director for Gender, Community Services, and Production for Kampala Capital City Authority was successfully vetted as State Minister for the Elderly and the Disabled by the parliament's appointment commit following the president's change of heart concerning the KCCA position.
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Dorothy Kisaka is a graduate of laws having studied a Bachelor of Laws at Makerere University from 1983-1987.
Reading through her Linkedin profile, she holds a Masters of Arts in Organizational Leadership and Management at Uganda Christian University, and a Masters in Leading Innovation and Change from York St. John University in the United Kingdom.
Between 1999-2014, Dorothy Kisaka worked with Kiyimba-Kisaka & Co Advocates and boasts of more than 20 years of legal experience. She is a legal counsel to the governance boards and experienced in organizational strategic leadership.
Prior to the appointment, Kisaka was the current administrator and secretary of the National Response Fund against COVID 19, A Senior Presidential Advisor at the Office of the Prime Minister, tasked with coordinating political and non-political actors to implement public policy.
She was also a Deputy Head at the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit tasked with fast-tracking service delivery on government priorities.
In the ruling National Resistance Movement-NRM Electoral Commission Kisaka formerly served as a commissioner supervising inter-party elections. Her leadership experience is vast and rich and hopefully will be a blessing to Kampala Council City Authority
She is a visionary born again Christian.
Dorothy Kisaka brings in a lot of knowledge, wisdom, experience, and character that has kept many Ugandan highly expectant of how much she will contribution to a city with endless challenges stretching from political to social and economical.