Latifah Namutebi is the Programme Assistant Peacebuilding. As the Program Assistant Peacebuilding at the Peace Centre, Latifah is responsible for designing and implementing programs on peacebuilding and women’s transformational leadership as well as research and documentation of the intersectional experiences of women in conflict and post conflict settings. Latifah also serves as the Chairperson of the Resource Mobilization Committee, the Chairperson of the Planning Committee, and the Happiness Manager. As a member of the editorial board, she contributes to the production of organizational publications.
Latifah holds a master’s degree in Women and Gender Studies and has a background in Law and Human Rights. With her experience in gender-sensitive programming and research, Latifah has developed skills in results-based management, monitoring, evaluation, research, learning and adaptation (MERLA) and gender statistics. Latifah has leveraged these skills to design and implement effective programs that promote peacebuilding, women’s transformational leadership and gender equality.
In her free time, she collects paintings and enjoys gardening, with results that can best be described as mixed.