ABOUT THE CEO/CO-Founder
Attending the Fundraising Dinner organized by AFPF in Cambridge, USA
Ms. Tatra Mary Musheshe, Esq.– CEO
Ms. Tatra is a Ugandan. She has completed a course on Contract Management: Building Relationships in Business from the University of Southampton, UK AND in 2014 earned an Advanced Paralegal Certificate from Penn Foster Career School, Pennsylvania, USA in 2014. In 2011, she concluded a Summer Institute at the University Of Washington School Of Law, Seattle, USA. She has a Postgraduate and Ordinary Diploma in Law from the Law Development Centre; Bachelor of Laws (Hon. LL.B) from Makerere University. She previously worked at International Law Institute – African Centre for Legal Excellence (ILI-ACLE) an affiliate to ILI-Washington, USA as a Programme Administrator; was the Programme Assistant for NUREP that was funded by the European Union; and a Founding Member for Kwizera, Mukisa & Co. Advocates. Tatra was the Student-liaison officer for the International Criminal Law seminar which targeted young African lawyers as well as European and American Faculty to address issues of democracy, human rights, the law and governance in International Criminal Courts/Tribunals. She has written numerous articles that include “The foreign invasion of the Korean peninsula: war, politics, division and nuclear crisis” presented at the East West Centre, Honolulu, USA and “Why the Ireland Arbitration Act of 2010 was necessary” scholarship awarded for the Accredited Mediator’s Programme in Dublin, Ireland, 2011. She has administered seminars on Intellectual Property; Mediation and ADR; ICSA based in UK; Negotiation, Drafting of Contracts; Legislative Drafting; Public Procurement; PPPs; and International Human Rights Conventions. She is a member of the East African Law Society; Uganda Law Society; and Women Thrive Worldwide USA. She is married and a mother of two boys.