Harriet Sebaana is an Assistant Lecturer and Internship coordinator in the Department of Journalism and communication. Her research interests are in Strategic communication, Public relations and journalism/media training. She teaches Public Relations, Strategic Communication and Media and Society. Much of Harriet’s current research focuses on Health Communication (HIV/AIDS, TB, ART, HCT) with a special interest in analysis of media coverage of infectious diseases.
Ivan Lukanda is a trainer. He holds a Master of Arts in Journalism and Communication from a sandwich programme between Makerere University and Orebro University in Sweden. He has taught communication research methods, media ethics, communication theories, development communication, specialized journalism and foundational courses in journalism since 2009.
Marion Olga Alina is a Communications and Multimedia Professional with experience in both academia and industry in the field of Digital media, Journalism, Communications and Public Relations.
Robert Madoi Nasaba holds a Masters of Arts degree in Media and Public Relations from Newcastle University as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication from Makerere University. Robert has engaged with professionals within the media sector and academia. He has worked for some of Uganda’s top media houses, starting out as a reporter before working his way to the position of editor. His experience in journalism practice has straddled the print, broadcast and online arenas.