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Elizabeth Walabyeki Kyamanywa is the Campus Administrator at Kampala International University (KIU). Prior to that, she worked as the Deputy Director Quality Assurance and Monitoring Directorate, supervising all the operations of the Monitoring Officers and the Senior Monitoring Officer and responsible for the technical Analysis and presentation of periodic QAM reports of the University. She has also served as a Senior Assistant Registrar and Warden at Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST). Kyamanywa is experienced, highly motivated, and innovative with management and administrative skills.
She holds a Masters Degree in Public Health from Lund University in Malmo-Sweden, a Masters Degree in Development Studies from Uganda Martyrs University in Nkozi-Uganda, and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Psychology from Makerere University in Kampala-Uganda. She trained Medical students in the Leadership Development Program and Management of the Primary Health Care course at MUST in 2011 and 2012, trained Research Supervisors and research assistants at Healthy Child Uganda in 2009, and even offered an HIV/AIDS course to MUST student teachers in 2008. She has also conducted research on Gender and HIV/AIDS, and the Implications for Implementing the HIV/AIDS Institutional Policy.
Kyamanywa’s solid and flexible approach to achieving tasks and objectives to the mutually beneficial achievement of the institution, personal goals of staff and the stakeholders is the reason for her successful work achievements.