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The African Women’s Leadership Institute is supported by a diverse pool of Feminist Training Faculty based on the African continent and abroad. Different faculty members are called upon to support the institute based on the areas of expertise and AWLI theme. Below is a list of some of the training Faculty who have supported the Institute over the years.

No.

Name

Area of Expertise

1.

Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi

Feminist Theory And Practice
Resource Mobilization

2.

Jerusha Arothe- Vaughan

Personal Empowerment, Leadership &Management, Human Resource Development

3.

Florence Butegwa

Women’s Human Rights at the UN and AU level

4.

Maude Mugisha

Strategic Thinking And Planning

5.

Sarah Ntiro

Intergenerational Dialogue

6

Lynn Muthoni Wanyeki

Conceptualizing women’s Human Rights

Emerging Political Trends in Africa and their implications for the African Women's Movement around Peace-building and Reconstruction

7

Patricia Macfaden

African Feminism

8

Zeedah Meierhofer-Mangeli

Personal empowerment/Sexual Health and well being
Self care

10

Annie Mubanga

Strategic thinking and planning /Resource mobilization  and Fundraising

12

Dr. Wanjira Muthoni

Conceptualizing Gender/Trainer And Interpreter

13

Amanda Khozi Mukwashi

Transformational Leadership

15

Iheoma Obibi

Women’s Human Rights And Conflict Management, Documenting Women’s Human Rights Abuses

16

Miria Matembe (Hon)

Women in Governance

18

Atsango Chesoni

Gender Analytical Framework

19

 Sarah Mukasa

Feminist Theory And Practice

20

Jessica Nkuuhe

Personal Empowerment

21

Jeannette Eno

Fundraising and Strategic planning

22

Kaari Betty Muringi

Women’s Sexual, Reproductive Health and Rights in Conflict and Post Conflict Africa

23

Alkarib Hala

Peace Building

24

Stella Mukasa

Conceptualizing women’s Human Rights

25

Ndungu Njoki

Gender relations

26

Wangari Kinoti

Women’s Representation in Structures & Processes of Decision-Making

27

Gemma Mbaya

Personal Empowerment

28

Jacinta Muteshi

Women, Peace and Security

29

Mary Wandia

Violence Against Women and HIV/AIDS

 

30

 

Thoko Matshe

 

OD Clinic , Influencing policy and decision making

31

 Irene Ovonji-Odida

Radical Democracy

32

Jacqueline Williams

Fundraising, Recourse Mobilisation

33

Ngone Diop Tine

Gender, Poverty, PRSPs and Women’s Rights in the International Context

34

Solome Nakaweesi-Kimbugwe

-Influencing policy  and decision making

- Sexual health and well being

35

Awino Okech

Locating Feminist Theory in Peace Building and Reconstruction

36

Anne Nkutu

Strategic Thinking And Planning

37

Sylvia Tamale

Sexual And Reproductive Health Rights, Conceptualizing Women’s Human Rights in Eastern Africa

38

Allen S. Asiimwe

 Conceptualizing Women’s Human Rights

39

Jeannette R. A. Eno

Conflict Management, Strategic Planning And Fundraising Strategies

40

Grace Bantebya

Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights

41

Njoki Wainana

Gender Analytical Frameworks/Intergenerational Dialogue

42

Elizabeth Manyuru

Monitoring and Evaluation

43

Taaka Awori

Feminist Theory and Practice
(Including discussion of patriarchy,
Private/public dichotomy, feminism and gender
Personal empowerment

44

Iheoma Ibibi

Conceptualizing Women’s Human
Rights with Specific Focus on the Principles of Freedom,
Equality & Solidarity (Highlight interconnections between Civil and Political Rights & ECOSOC Rights)
Transformational Leadership
Influencing Policy

45

Hope Chigudu

Transformational Leadership
Organizational Development
Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights

46

 Liepollo Lebohang

Feminist Research  & Advocacy

47

Doo Aphane

Feminist Leadership

48

Leah Chatta- Chipepa

Movement Building
Personal Mastery

49

Prof. Maggie Kigozi

Economic Empowerment

50

Prof. Ahikire Josephine

Feminist Leadership
Research & Documentation

51

Leonie  Abela Sendegeya

Conflict and Peace Building