Performing Pain: Mnemotechnologies of remembrance in Abia and its impact on informal (music) education, memory, peace and recovery
Justice and MemoryHeritage and everyday lives

Akullo Emily

Emily is an Economist by Profession. Holds a Master’s of Arts Degree in Economics from was in Social Sciences (MUK). After serving the government of Uganda for 10 years, she took up several private positions, among them: Head; Policy and Research at the Critical Research Institute for International Development (CRIID Consults) for over five years, before admission to the Institute as an Associate Consultant.

She was a founding team member of the Ford Global Fellowship as a Fellow Advisor and Learning Consultant, with the International Research Exchanges Board- IREX (An M&E Consortium Partner). Makerere University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration (UMI).  Currently, she is an Executive Assistant at the Pan-African Women’s Organization (PAWO), a specialized Agency of the African Union.  She is also a member of the Lira University Research and Ethics Committee.

Emily’s experience in the field of research, monitoring, evaluation, learning, policy matters and administration is diverse. She is motivated by hard work, resilience, and teamwork. She loves to mentor and train others, at any given opportunity. Her interest in art & culture is inspired by her extreme love for tourism promotion, trace & quest for historical facts through research. She is the Co-convener of the Lango Tourism Conference, a Partnership with Lira University. Finally, she hopes to be able to achieve more skills through curating and documenting a number of historical events and facts, with her participation at the Collective Memories Activities as a Curator:  https://nommogallery.com/curators.html

Twitter: @Emilyakullu

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