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Co-Founder & Executive Director, Uganda
In 2015, Henry Tumwesigye founded BOHAM together with his colleague Katie Walter. Henry brings years of experience working with kids of all ages and backgrounds. Prior to BOHAM, Henry worked with Ambassadors of Hope, African Children’s Choir, and Asante Ministries. Henry was raised and educated by African Children’s Choir. He joined ACC’s sponsorship program after losing both of his parents at four years old. Growing up in similar circumstances, Henry always had a passion for helping the poor, the orphan, and street children. It was this passion that led him, along with his colleagues in the United States and Uganda, to establish BOHAM. Henry holds a Diploma in Journalism from Uganda Institute of Business and Media Studies. In his spare time, Henry enjoys listening to music, watching soccer, reading the Bible, and eating lots of powdered donuts. Donut donations are always welcome!
Co-Founder & Executive Director, United States
Director of Finance & Accountant, Uganda
In 2017, Jane Nabbosa joined BOHAM as its Accountant and in 2022, she became our Director of Finance as well. Jane brings years of experience working with international NGOs in Uganda. Prior to BOHAM, she worked at PKF International, African Children’s Choir — Music for Life, Operations Uganda, and Living Water Ministries. She holds a B.A. in Accounting from Ndejje University and an MBA in Finance and Banking from Bugema University. Jane has a huge heart for children and community members, desiring for them to gain confidence and become self-reliant. In her spare time, she enjoys raising poultry, gardening, farming, sewing, and knitting.
Program Manager, United States
In 2018, Amy Waddington joined BOHAM as its Program Coordinator. Amy brings extensive experience in business, visual arts, and working with children and families to BOHAM. In college, she studied child development and went on to work in the local public school system coordinating its enrichment programs. She also has spent years advocating for child education and community development in East Africa as well as making several mission trips there. She has a heart for ministry and is excited to use her gifts to represent BOHAM. In her spare time, Amy loves to relax at the lake with her husband Mark, three children, and their two yellow labs.
Development Manager, United States
In 2021, Sandy Johnson joined BOHAM as Development Manager, bringing years of experience working with nonprofits, including The Salvation Army, Hospice of North Idaho, International Service Learning, and Lake City Church. Sandy fell in love with Africa through travels to Tanzania, Kenya, Swaziland, South Africa and Rwanda, and feels blessed to advocate for the precious children of Uganda. She has been a supporter of BOHAM since its inception. Sandy has a B.S. in Communications/Business from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota. She is married to her college sweetheart and has two grown children. In her spare time, she loves enjoying beautiful North Idaho and dreaming about her next travel adventure.
Sponsorship Coordinator, Uganda
Sponsorship Coordinator, Uganda
In 2017, Geoffrey Sozi joined BOHAM as a Sponsorship Coordinator and Children’s Choir Chaperone. Geoffrey bring years of experience of working with children of all backgrounds. Prior to BOHAM, he worked with Abaana Ministries, an NGO that works with street children in Uganda and with African Children’s Choir as a choir chaperone on tour in the US. Geoffrey was raised and educated by the African children’s Choir after losing both of my parents as a young boy. Growing up in the similar circumstances, Geoffrey has always loved working with children in need. Geoffrey holds a Degree in Business Administration from Makerere University. In his spare time, he loves watching soccer, playing soccer, and listening to music.
Sponsorship Coordinator, Uganda
In 2018, Winnie Namulindwa joined BOHAM as its Program Assistant and in 2019, she became BOHAM’s Sponsorship Coordinator in Mityana. Winnie brings years of experience volunteering at Bible Club and in the community. Prior to BOHAM, she worked in marketing for Nile Construction Ltd. As a young child, Winnie grew up in a poor family with both parents. She was raised in sponsorship, but was later dropped by her sponsors. Having received help, Winnie found it led to a passion engaging with children and families. Winnie holds a Diploma in Clearing, Forwarding, and Custom Management from YMCA, Kampala Branch. In her spare time, she enjoys dancing and watching movies.
Sponsorship Coordinator, Uganda
In 2018, Alex Kisekka joined BOHAM to train its first ever BOHAM Children’s Choir. Following his time training the choir, Alex joined our sponsorship team as an Assistant Sponsorship Coordinator and later as a Sponsorship Coordinator for our Mityana office. Additionally, Alex maintains the choir–trainer role for our yearly choir videos. His passion for music and children stems from his own personal experiences. Raised by a single mother, Alex obtained an education through sponsorship, which played a crucial role in shaping his life and career. In his free time, Alex serves as a minister at his home church, where he also shares his love and passion for music. Fun fact: Alex appeared in “East Africa’s Got Talent,” where he shared his amazing voice and singing ability.
Marketing and Database Specialist, Uganda
In 2019, Marvin Asiimwe joined BOHAM as an intern helping in various departments. Following his internship, Marvin joined our media team as BOHAM’s Marketing and Database Assistant; and later as our head photographer and videographer. As a young child, Marvin was raised by his grandmother. He was privileged to receive a great education through sponsorship and years ago made the decision to dedicate his life to uplifting, empowering, and serving underprivileged children in the community. Marvin holds a Diploma in Accounting and Finance Management from Makerere University Business School. In his spare time, he enjoys hanging out with friends, plays rugby, volleyball, or swimming.
In 2016, Aimee Parmley joined BOHAM as one its Board of Directors and currently serves as its Board Chair. Aimee is a corporate attorney at DLA Piper LLP (US). Aimee’s practice focuses on cross-border transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and international corporate reorganizations. Aimee also has experience with commercial litigation, real estate, estate planning and municipal law. Aimee is committed to community service and received the State Bar of California Wiley Manuel Award for pro bono legal services in 2012. She holds a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, a M.Ed. from UCLA, and a B.A. from Biola University. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, cooking, and traveling.
In 2017, Todd Putren joined BOHAM as one of its Board of Directors. Todd is a registered nurse by profession and has been in executive hospital leadership for the last 20 years. He is currently the Director of Emergency Services for MultiCare Valley Hospital in Spokane Valley Washington. Todd has his graduate degree as a Nurse Executive. He has a deep desire to serve the underserved and come alongside children and families in need. In 2017, Todd had a knee infection that gave him needed time away from work and during that time, God gave him a clear message that joining BOHAM would be a great way to serve children in need in Uganda. In 2014, Todd and his wife Kim were able to go on a trip to Rwanda and Uganda, which cemented his desire to serve. In his spare time, Todd loves to hang out with his wife and four children, mountain bike, and swim.
In 2015, Katie Walter joined BOHAM’s board. Katie brings years of nonprofit experience to BOHAM as well as a passion for supporting children and communities in need. Prior to BOHAM, she served at-risk communities in Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, and New York City through Asante Ministries and Hope for New York respectively. She also worked as a consultant on gender-based violence issues for UNICEF, the Ministry of Gender & Development, Government of Liberia, and the Kofi Annan Institute of Conflict Transformation, University of Liberia. Katie holds a M.S. in Global Affairs from New York University, a M.S. in Marketing Management from Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commercials du Nord Business School, and a B.A. in Business & Economics and Communication Studies from Westmont College. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, dancing, and reading the New York Times.
In 2015, Amy Waddington joined BOHAM as one its Board of Directors. Amy is a professional photographer and owner of Amy Waddington Photography. Amy brings extensive experience in business, visual arts, and working with children and families to BOHAM. In college, she studied child development and went on to work in the local public school system coordinating its enrichment programs. She also has spent years advocating for child education and community development in East Africa as well as making several mission trips there. She has a heart for ministry and is excited to use her gifts to represent BOHAM. In her spare time, Amy loves to relax at the lake with her husband Mark, three children, and their two yellow labs.