The objective of any organization is to make people
better off. At enjuba, we leverage tools and platforms to empower people to reach their full potential. We started out in 2006 as an international clothing company under this same mission, and since 2010 our focus has been financial inclusion and education.
We believe that investing in early literacy is one of the most effective ways to help improve individual children’s outcomes while at the same time improving schools on the whole. At enjuba we empower the next generation through Spelling Bees that are key in improving literacy, helping children develop key life skills and unlocking their imagination so they can achieve their dreams.
We empower High Growth Enterprises (HGE) and Individuals through provision of tailored financing, support and trainings in business management and business model innovation to help them grow their businesses and succeed. In addition, we provide a mobile savings platform to enable the millions of unbanked Ugandans to access savings and investment options.
Aaron has over 10 years’ experience, working with start-ups and co-founding some like ITSchool4Uganda, MillionArts, enjubatel) non-profits, corporations and governments to create innovative solutions to tackle the challenges of poverty, exclusion and ignorance. He has valuable expertise in People Management, Project Management and Market Creation. Through his work, he has learnt that relationships are foundational, partnerships are key to growth and great ideas are nothing without execution. He has graduate training in Business Model Innovation and Organizational Behavior from the London School of Economics
Henry co-founded enjuba as a clothing company in 2006, which later transformed into what enjuba is today. From 2010-2013, He was a Product Manager at a medical device company, where he developed spinal implant systems to help people with spine injuries regain their active lifestyle. He then co-founded Mighty Squirrel in Boston, which launched the world's first beer with 5 grams of protein. Henry is on the Board of Access Youth Academy, a non-profit that uses the sport of squash to transform the lives of underserved youth through academic enrichment, health and wellness, social responsibility, and leadership.
Prior to joining enjuba, Moses worked at leading Pan African micro–finance company where he quadrupled his portfolio through building sustainable relationships with his clients. He believes that investing in Children is a sure way to achieving development for any country. Moses has gained valuable experience in conducting teacher trainings, event planning and operations. He has exceptional inter-personal and negotiation skills which he employs in his work. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Development Economics from Makerere University, Kampala. Moses is passionate about people and enabling people to become the best in life.