EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR BRICK BY BRICK UGANDA
Daniel Murokora, or Dr. Dan as he is known throughout Uganda is a leading obstetrician-gynecologist in Uganda. A former President of the Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Uganda, Dan is a global leader in women's health and a tireless advocate for sustainable development. Dan also directs our Babies and Mothers Alive (BAMA) Program, where he brings his 20+ years of expertise in obstetrics and public health programs. As the Executive Director of Brick by Brick Uganda, Dan has led our slow but steady growth from a small, founder driven project, to an innovative and impactful organization working to improve the quality of education, health and economic opportunity for the communities we serve.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR BRICK BY BRICK PARTNERS
Marc Sklar is an obstetrician-gynecologist working in global women’s health. In 2003, while working with Dr. Daniel Murokora, he began a small project to improve the quality of Universal Primary Education schools in the Rakai District of Uganda. Through the years Marc has worked with our Board of Directors and other partners expanding our work to include the provision of safe water and sanitation systems, health education, and establishing Brick by Brick Construction Company, a locally managed social enterprise that utilizes environmentally sustainable technology while providing a sustainable source of income for our communities.
PROGRAM DIRECTOR BRICK BY BRICK UGANDA
Alice Male is an experienced Public Health professional with over 10 years of experience in Program Management. She began working with Brick by Brick Uganda as our Program Director in August of 2016. She has a wide background in managing public health and economic development programs around the world. She has lived and worked in some of the poorest/rural countries of the world such as: Haiti, East Timor, Sudan, Congo, Uganda, Kenya, and Swaziland.
FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION MANAGER BRICK BY BRICK UGANDA
Prossy Nakayiba has worked with Brick by Brick Uganda since 2013. She was born and raised in the Rakai District in central Uganda. Prossy has broad experience working for many organizations in accounting and administration over the past eighteen years. Prossy has been a crucial member of our team, establishing the accounting systems for Brick by Brick. With the support of Brick by Brick Uganda, Prossy is now studying for a Masters Degree in Business Administration, which she hopes will help our organization grow and develop.
BRICK BY BRICK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY MANAGER
David Mutesaasira is from the Bukomansimbi district. He graduated with a National Diploma in Building and Civil Engineering in 2014. David joined Brick by Brick Construction in September of 2014. He is pleased to have the opportunity to serve his community while working to build our company into a national leader in environmentally sustainable construction. David is currently pursuing his Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering.
SCHOOL PROGRAM COORDINATOR BRICK BY BRICK UGANDA
Max Ssenyonga has many years of experience working in the education and development sectors within Rakai and Masaka Districts. After spending twenty years as a teacher and head teacher in local primary schools, he decided he wanted to change directions and moved into community development work. Beginning in 1991, he spent 15 years as a community worker for Concern Worldwide in Rakai District, planning, implementing, and monitoring various projects and programs. In 2010, after meeting Dr. Marc Sklar, Max helped to start Brick by Brick Construction with Jonathan Blanchard, a Peace Corps volunteer. Currently, Max serves as our School Program Coordinator, mobilizing local communities to improve education for their children.
MY PADS PROGRAM COORDINATOR UGANDA
Babirye Mary Estellah is a dedicated public health professional with a Bachelor's Degree in Public Health from International Health Sciences University. She began working with Brick by Brick in 2017, as a Community Health Educator working with adolescent girls and young women to improve sexual and reproductive health knowledge to keep them HIV free and encouraging them to stay in school. After one year, her excellent work and leadership was rewarded and she was named Program Coordinator.
BABIES AND MOTHERS ALIVE (BAMA) PROGRAM CLINICAL DIRECTOR UGANDA
Eleanor Nakintu is an Obstetrician-Gynecologist and experienced clinical trainer and mentor. She graduated from the Mbarara University of Science and Technology School of Medicine. She received her Masters Degree in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the Mother Kevin Postgraduate Medical School of Uganda Martyrs University. Dr. Eleanor works alongside her colleagues in local hospitals training and modeling evidence-based clinical practices. She is the only obstetrician in our district of a half million people.
Board of Directors
Adam Rabinovitch is currently Executive Director of Giving Open Access to Learning, Inc (GOAL) - a nonprofit educational program that provides children from under-served communities when the resources to help them get the most of their education. Previously, he was Deputy Director of Neighbors Link Network, a Tri-State area non-profit committed to strengthening the healthy integration of immigrants in local communities.
Adam is proud to be a volunteer board member and to serve as Board Chair of Brick By Brick, a NGO and social enterprise dedicated to improving the lives of children and families in East Africa.
Adam recently launched his career in global enterprise and non -profit management with a background in the private sector and a focus on international business development. He has more than 20 years of progressive management and supervisory experience with non-profit and for-profit organizations, along with a proven track record in business and organizational development, revenue generation, and strategic planning, with emphasis on education, poverty reduction, and social justice in under-served communities.
Adam holds a Bachelor's Degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. He lives in Manhattan with his wife and their young daughter.
Alison Amdur is a business executive who worked for American Express for 12 years. Prior to working at American Express, Alison was a marketing consultant to several non-profit organizations including the Institute of International Education and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. She holds an MBA in Marketing and International Business from the Stern School of Business at NYU.
Benjamin Zukerman, Director & Lead Financial Officer for American Express’ PrePaid & Alternative Payments group, leads the planning & forecasting, deals and strategic analysis for the team. While at American Express, he co-founded and currently leads a 600+ member affinity group focused on developing new hires through community service, leadership and networking opportunities. He also worked at Ella Baker Elementary, a NYC public school, through the America Reads/ America Counts program for 4 years while attending NYU.
Robert Jefferson is currently CFO - Parkway Partners LLC, a private real estate investment company that invests in multi-family apartments and single family homes in multiple markets. Robert received a bachelor's degree in Accounting from Hampton University and received his MBA from UNC - Chapel Hill with a concentration in Real Estate Development. Robert has a Finance background with experience managing multi-billion dollar P&Ls for Proctor & Gamble, Walt Disney, and American Express.
Kaddu Luyombya is a Senior Vice President in Houlihan Lokey's New York office, where he is a member of the Financial Advisory Services business. Kaddu is a member of the National Black MBA Association and was a Consortium for Graduate Studies in Management Fellow. He has volunteered as a tutor with Active Compassion Transforms (ACT), East Harlem Tutorial Program, and the First AME Church Education Enhancement program. Kaddu has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan and an M.B.A. with a concentration in finance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School. He has served as a Brick By Brick Board Member since January 2013 and currently serves as chair of the Development Committee.
Ronald T. Sarubbi, chair of the Perkins Coie law firm's Financial Transactions practice, leads the Corporate Trust practice, which is distinctive for its combined focus on transactional matters, defaults and bankruptcies, and indenture trustee-related litigation. He represents the corporate trust departments of banking institutions in their roles as indenture trustee, collateral agent, administrative agent, escrow agent, custodian, securities intermediary and other agency capabilities in domestic and cross-border debt capital market transactions, defaulted debt restructuring and litigation.
Ron serves as the Chair of Brick by Brick's Fundraising Committee where he has been a passionate champion for our work.
Delvida Flaherty Sene serves as a Special Associate for the Law Department of the City of New York. She is also founder and principal at Gateway to K, a kindergarten admissions consulting agency. Delvida has a long history working with youth and youth programs, and has served as a mentor for the youth department of the Riverside Church and the Moriah Institute of NY. Delvida holds a B.A. in History from Spelman College and a Doctor of Laws degree from Emory University School of Law. She is a member of both the GA and NY Bar Associations. Delvida has served as a Brick by Brick Board Member since January 2015.
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