Jennifer Musisi is the executive director of the Kampala Capital City Authority.
March is the month of celebrating women, the month where a day is set to appreciate the brilliance that is the women of this beautiful nation, Uganda.Over the years, there have been a number of powerful women that have and still are inspiring a number of women in the general populace. Jovago Uganda takes you through the creme de la creme of Uganda’s leading women. 
Jennifer Semakula Musisi
When speaking of the actual movers and shakers of Uganda, the Executive Director of the Kampala City Council Association’s name will always be the first name to pop up. Over the years with her as the head, KCCA has done tremendous work all over the city with several improvements on what used to be impassable areas of the city.
 
Princess Elizabeth of Tooro
Probably the most famous Princess off the Ugandan continent, the Princess Elizabeth Christobel Edith Bagaya Akiiki is as an epitome of beauty. A lawyer, model, actress the Batebe is also the first East African woman to ever be accepted to the English Bar and at 80 years old she is still an inspiration. Recently Zac Posen designer said his new RTW fall designs were inspired by our beautiful Batebe of Tooro.
H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth Bagaaya Akiiki is a living fairy tale princess. Daughter of His Royal Highness King George Rukidi III and Lady Kezia Rukidi
H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth Bagaaya Akiiki is a living fairy tale princess. Daughter of His Royal Highness King George Rukidi III and Lady Kezia Rukidi
 
Winnie Byanyima
A modern woman who is vocal about her work and human rights, Mrs Winnie Byanyima is the fusion of a modern and traditional woman. Currently the Executive Director of the Oxfam International and was recently instated to the UN panel for women. Winnie is an Aeronautical Engineer by profession and a former National Resistance Army combatant during the bush war that ended in 1986 bringing the current President into power.
Byanyima is the executive director of Oxfam International, to which she was appointed in May 2013.
Byanyima is the executive director of Oxfam International, to which she was appointed in May 2013.
 
Esther Kalenzi
A young woman with a passion for helping others, Esther has been over the years recognised as one of the most influential young women in the country. She founded the Forty Days- Forty Nights organisation that has helped build dormitories and provide scholastic materials to orphanages with the help of young Ugandans on social media. Esther stands out as an influence on the young generation.
Kalenzi and some of the children who have benefited from the initiative.
Kalenzi and some of the children who have benefited from the initiative.
 
Nancy Kacungira
You cannot talk about Journalism in Uganda and not have her name brought up, Nancy recently won the enviable BBC Komla Dumor Award in 2015 that put her at the top of her colleagues in Uganda.
Kacungira is an entrepreneur with investments here in Uganda which she runs alongside her elder sister Seanice
Kacungira is an entrepreneur with investments here in Uganda which she runs alongside her elder sister Seanice
 
Joanita Kawalya
She is most likely a woman whose music knows no generation, Joanita’s songs can be heard being sung by the older generation and the young generation. She has inspired many a young crop of Ugandan female musicians into chasing their dreams and become who they are right no.
 
HRH Nabagereka Sylvia Nagginda
The Queen of the Buganda Kingdom is one of the most revered women in this country and not just by the Baganda people, but by the rest of Uganda. Through her reign as Queen, the Nabagereka has been vocal about women’s rights, the girl child education and educating the young generation about the Buganda culture. She is not just a Queen but a woman that is leaving a mark on this country.
Through her reign as Queen, the Nabagereka has been vocal about women’s rights
Through her reign as Queen, the Nabagereka has been vocal about women’s rights