KAMPALA — Ms. Dorothy Kisaka is the upcoming Kampala Capital City Authority’s (KCCA) Executive Director following President Museveni’s changes on Friday evening.
Kisaka, who has been serving as the governance advisor in the Office of the Prime Minister has replaced Eng. Andrew Mubiru Kitaka who served for 1 and half years in acting capacity, following the resignment of Jennifer Musisi on December 15, 2018.
She is also the deputy head at the Prime Minister’s Delivery Unit, fast tracking service delivery on government priorities.
Kiasaka, a lawyer, who worked with Kiyimba-Kisaka & Co Advocates from 1999-2014, perused her undergraduate degree in law at Makerere University from 1983-1987.
During this time, she concurrently pursued two masters of arts, one in organizational leadership and management at Uganda Christian University, Mukono and another at York St. John University.
From March 2001 to December 2014, she served as executive director of Destiny Consult.
From October 2010 to December 2014, Kisaka also served as a commissioner at the Electoral Commission. She left this role to become a presidential advisor, according to her LinkedIn profile.
In April, President Museveni appointed her as secretary of the Covid-19 Response Fund.
She is also the current board chairperson for Development Associates International and represents Africa on the Haggai International Board.
Dorothy Kisaka is set to assume office of KCCA executive director pending interview and approval by public service commission.