Fiona Lukwago is the Enterprise Development Lead. She is a private sector development and agribusiness specialist with 15 years’ professional experience in leading inclusive agribusiness and development programs, coupled with provision of business advisory.
In her current role at AECF, she provides solutions that engineer profitability and business growth for AECF’s 100+ investee businesses in Africa (agribusiness and renewable energy). She works with these businesses to address the systemic constraints in innovation, business growth, capital raising, and social impact generation among rural low-income households. Before establishing AECF’s capacity building unit, Fiona was the Sector Team Lead for agribusiness, responsible for programme development and overall management of AECF’s agribusiness programs across Africa.
Prior to joining AECF, Fiona worked with Kilimo Trust as an Assistant Director and also led two programmes that focused on building the capacity of the private sector, small-holder farmers, and key stakeholders to participate in profitable regional trade within East Africa.
Fiona holds an MBA in agribusiness from Wageningen University—Netherlands and the Royal Agricultural University in the UK, and a BSc in Food Science and Technology from Makerere University, Uganda. She is a certified Financial Modelling and Valuation Analyst (CFI) and a certified Business Coach and Trainer (John Maxwell and Insights Discovery). She is also an M4P and value chain development practitioner.
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