Nambooze, Anna


Anna Nambooze holds a master of Laws degree (LL.M) in international and Comparative Law from the George Washington University, USA, a Postgraduate diploma in Legal Practice (PGDLP) from the Law Development Centre; and Bachelor of Laws degree (LL.B) from Makerere University, Uganda.

She has 15 years of professional experience and specialises in legal and regulatory reform, institutional process re-engineering and capacity strengthening with public sector agencies for private sector development.

She is currently a legal expert for the World Bank’s Regional Communication Infrastructure Project (RCIP) implemented by the National Information Technology Authority, Uganda. Anna has experience working with the Competitiveness and Investment Climate Strategy (CICS) Secretariat at the Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development in Uganda, The Uganda Business Licensing Reform Project (IFC/World Bank), the Human Rights Center Uganda, International Women’s Human Rights Clinic (Georgetown University), a lecturer at the Uganda Christian University (UCU), and legal practice.