The Governance of the Union"Building capacities of women for change"
The Union is governed by an elected Board referred to as the National Executive Committee (NEC) that provides strategic direction. The National Executive Committee has desirable competencies to understand and guide in the Unions operation, participate in policy formulation, monitor performance, enhance governance, and take necessary action to support institutional development. The NEC represents the four regions that comprise the 60 communities where we function, and operates through the Women Parish Councils in every community to the grass root women. These Women Parish Councils (WPC) committees are charged with specific tasks and responsibilities in order to provide strategic leadership and direction at community level.
The NEC consists of seven (7) members who are selected representing the regions and sub-Regions of the Union’s areas of operation.
Mrs. Jane Nantale Ssekikubo
She is serving the Union for her second term since 2015. She has provided and guided the team of matters concerning their roles and responsibilities to effectively and efficiently deliver to the Unions’ main objective. She is the only one of those who served on the last NEC team.
Ms. Nakyambadde Janet
She is a professional teacher who has seen her way to the top leadership of the union from a parish of Holy transfiguration Degeya she is the Vice chairperson of the Union.
Papadhia Evantia Nalyazi Koolya
Papadhia Koolya is from the Eastern Part of Uganda at the Holy Resurrection Orthodox Cathedral in Jinja Town. She is diligently serving as the Treasurer of the Union for her first term.
Ms. Akello Agnes
Ms. Akello is from the far district of Omoro in Northern Uganda in the Diocese of Gulu and Eastern Uganda. She serves the Union from the far community of Loya Jonga.
Ms. Nambooze Evelyn
LIRA SUB-REGION REPRESENTATIVE
Ms. Evelyn is from the district of Dokolo at St Marina Orthodox Parish and represents the Lira sub-region. She is also one of the youngest member on the team. This was done to have a representation of the youth and see how we bring them on board to actively participate in the Unions’ activities.
Ms. Edith Mwase
EASTERN REGION REPRESENTATIVE
She is serving also for her first term but with a lot of experience in the teaching Proffession. She has been in the centre of guiding the Functional Adult Literacy Program.
Mrs Justine Najjuuko Ssemwogerere
WESTERN REGION REPRESENTATIVE
Her coverage is quite sparse as communities are not close to each other but she has well represented the communities in this region. Some of the districts include Kabalore, Kibale and Ntungamo which are distant.