Mrs. Tushabe Mary Twinomujuni is an experienced teacher and lecturer at the Department of Applied Psychology, Kampala International University (KIU).
Mary has more than 15 years of experience in the field of Psychology and more than 20 years of experience in teaching and learning. Between 2008- 2013, she worked as an Education Coordinator with The Child Fund International. She also worked as a Training Coordinator at Naguru Teenage Information and Health Center (NTIHC), Kampala, Uganda between 2002-2004. Between 1995- 2002, Mary was a Teacher and an Administrative Head of department at Kololo Secondary school (KSS), Ministry of Education, Kampala, Uganda.
She holds a Masters’ Degree in Counseling Psychology with Child Counseling being her major in 2005 and a Bachelors of Education in 1994 both awarded by Makerere University.
She has also been awarded a number of certificates like a certificate in project planning, monitoring and evaluation awarded by Uganda Management Institute in 2012, a Certificate in counseling awarded by Makerere University in 2006 and a certificate in HIV/AIDS home based care Master trainer in psychosocial care and support protection and child participation 2007-2009.
M. Tushabe Twinomujuni (2004). The effect of adolescent’s sexual behavior on the spread of HIV/AIDS.
Naguru Teenage and Information Centre – Uganda, Kampala
M. Tushabe Twinomujuni (2003). Situational Analysis/Needs Assessment on HIV/AIDS.
Integrated Model District Program