Emmanuel Angoda

2019 Fellow from Uganda

Emmanuel Angoda is a teacher at Lira Town College in northern Uganda. He is a well-known activist for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics); gender equality; information communications technology (ICT) in education; and community service. From 2013–2017, Emmanuel served as regional ambassador for Technovation Challenge, a global technology entrepreneurship program for girls and young women. Emmanuel is also founder of the Centre for Skills and Innovation, which uses ICT to empower youth to succeed in school and work. In 2017, Emmanuel received the prestigious Teachers Making a Difference Award and an educational trip to Dublin, Ireland. He also was admitted to the Ireland Fellows Programme—Africa, which allowed him to pursue a master's degree in Ireland. He holds a bachelor's degree in Information and Communications Technology from Gulu University, a master's degree in Information Technology from Uganda Technology and Management University, and a master's degree in Interactive Media from University College Cork. As a 2019 Mandela Washington Fellowship Alumnus, he feels that his greatest rewards are the impacts he makes through his service to Ugandan youth and through raising his son.

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