I am simple raised in the rural areas of Kabarole district western Uganda. I attanded my education from Mugusu Primary school, later Bulembia P.S in one of Uganda's Copper mining areas, Kilembe. I joined St. Leo's College formy higher education where I served in different capacities in school leadership and the Rotary Fraternity - Interact Club.
From High school I joined Makerere University and did Bachelors of Arts Social Science with and Major in Social Administration and a Minor in Sociology and a small background of gender studies.
After graduating with Honors degree in 2006, I founded Joy for Children-Uganda a National NGO that advocates for the rights of children and ensure their wellbeing. At my organisation we are much committed to preventing violence against children by breaking the cultural misconceptions that violence against children is normal and is a form of disciplining children. This ideology cuts across among the educated and uneducated, the rich and the poor, the urban and the rural population.
We are also dedicated to sending children back to school by providing small sponsorship to help keep them in school.