The team at the See Them Grow Foundation is a group of highly dedicated and experienced individuals who are deeply committed to empowering and serving teenage mothers, youths, children, and people with disabilities in Luuka district. With a wealth of experience and a deep love for working with children, each team member approaches their work with passion and compassion, striving to make a positive impact in the lives of those they serve.

To the team at STGF, this work is more than just a job – it’s a calling. They are driven by a shared passion for serving and empowering unprivileged children, and for bringing hope to those in need. Their empathy and love for children shines through in everything they do, and it is evident in their unwavering commitment to excellence.

At the See Them Grow Foundation, our team members are more than just employees – they are a community of individuals who share a common goal and who work together to achieve it. With their expertise and experience, they bring a unique and valuable perspective to our mission, and they play a vital role in helping us reach our goals.

We are proud of our team and the work they do, and we believe that their passion and commitment are what sets the See Them Grow Foundation apart. If you share our vision and mission, and if you are interested in making a positive impact in the lives of those we serve, we encourage you to explore the opportunities available to join our team.

Charles Morgan Kisitu
Charles Morgan Kisitu
Founder, Director

Charles Morgan Kisitu– Is a dedicated founder of See Them Grow Foundation and owner of 1000 Shades of Green Tour & Safaris. The manifestation that is See Them Grow Foundation was inspired partly by his experience growing up as an orphan.

He received a scholarship and traveled to the United States of America to further his studies and earned a Bachelors degree of Arts in Business Administration, with a major in Entrepreneurship, from the University of St. Thomas, in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

His enthusiasm for starting up an orphanage began while he was pursuing is degree at the University of St. Thomas Minnesota, USA.

He saw street children begging for food and It was heartbreaking to see something similar in the USA. This tapestry of experiences – as well as his education at the University of St. Thomas– was the foundation for the manifestation of a vision to establish See Them Grow Foundation. He is inherently adept and keen on meeting new people, loves God, traveling, learning about other cultures, languages and is passionate about helping the underprivileged.

Favorite Quote: “When you love people and have a desire to make a profound, positive impact upon the world, then you will have accomplished the meaning of life” Sasha Azevedo

Marie Corrazon
Marie Corrazon
Executive Director

Marie is a video producer, director and actor with over 8 years’ experience in video production. She is resourceful, creative and a problem solver that you can rely on. Marie is an enthusiastic individual with superior skills in both team based and independent capacities.

As a woman trying to make it in the film industry, she believes in telling compelling stories that cause impact and captivate the audience. By giving untold stories a platform, she aspires to inspire a new generation of story tellers.

Her passion for helping others has driven her dedicate herself to See Them Grow Foundation and the people it serves. She joined STGF in 2018 and has been an active member ever since. She has spearheaded multiple fundraising activities like donation drives, a fundraising car wash and actively uses her social media platforms to create awareness about our programs.

Enock ‘Kino’ Musoke
Enock ‘Kino’ Musoke
Public Relations and Communications Manager

Kino is an award-winning filmmaker who has been working in Africa for the past 10 years. In that time, he has worked with numerous organizations to accomplish goals such as brand visibility, fund’s acquisition, annual content reports and nailing their target market. That plethora of experience has enabled him to apply various modes of operation to give See Them Grow Foundation a step up above other organizations.

He is in charge of developing creative media to communicate our progress, challenges and programs to our supporters, donors and partner organizations through the various available platforms. Kino has been working with us since 2021 and we are excited to have him on our team.

Kamba Moses
Kamba Moses
Head of Business Development

As Regional Manager, Mr. Kamba provides overall coordination and leadership in the provision of technical assistance in health systems strengthening in five Mildmay Uganda supported districts.

Mr. Kamba has carried out clinical, managerial, training, administrative, and supervisory as well as consultancy roles in his practice.  He has ten years of managing HIV related development projects at senior management level locally and overseas six of which, as Regional Manager.

Mr. Kamba holds a Master of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy (University of Exeter in the United Kingdom) and a post-graduate diploma in project planning and management (Makerere University) and several certificates in community health, management and leadership and HIV programming.

Dennis Akuze Naika
Dennis Akuze Naika
Head of Strategic Information

Dennis Naika joined STGF in 2019. He is a compassionate and dedicated Monitoring and Evaluation specialist from the prestigious Makerere University with a degree in Development Studies and postgraduate from Uganda Management Institute in Monitoring and Evaluation.

He is responsible for strengthening and systematizing the M&E portfolio. He has over ten years of experience in Community development, leadership, and social enterprises. His experience and education has helped him to develop a comprehensive view of the productivity process including how to accurately measure progress beyond simply reporting numbers.

He is recognized for having a unique understanding of how to identify areas outperforming expectations as well as those that need improvement.

Joel Emmanuel Muyanja
Joel Emmanuel Muyanja

Joel is a proud native of Luuka District, Uganda, where he was born and raised. He is currently a custodian at See Them Grow Foundation, where he plays a vital role in overseeing the maintenance of the school and equipment. With his strong work ethic and commitment to excellence, Joel ensures that the foundation’s facilities are well-maintained and provide a safe and conducive learning environment for students.

In addition to his custodial responsibilities, Joel is also passionate about sports, music, and agriculture. He enjoys engaging in various sports activities and has a keen interest in music and agriculture, which he sees as important aspects of community development. Joel’s dedication to youth empowerment is evident in his unwavering commitment to his community in Luuka District.

As a custodian at See Them Grow Foundation, Joel takes pride in contributing to the foundation’s mission of empowering young people in Luuka and beyond. He believes that providing a safe and well-maintained environment is crucial to creating opportunities for youth to thrive and reach their full potential. Joel’s passion for his community and his commitment to youth empowerment make him an invaluable member of the See Them Grow Foundation team.

With his diverse interests, dedication to his community, and commitment to youth empowerment, Joel brings a unique perspective to the work of See Them Grow Foundation. His unwavering dedication to his responsibilities and passion for making a positive impact in the lives of young people in Luuka District make him a valuable asset to the foundation’s efforts towards creating lasting change in the community.

Willy Kasogoya
Willy Kasogoya
Community Mobliser Luuka District

Willy Kasogoya is a native of Luuka District, Uganda, born and raised in the community he serves. He is currently the Youth Coordinator at See Them Grow Foundation, where he plays a crucial role in empowering and mentoring young people in the region. With a deep passion for youth empowerment, Willy has been actively involved in coaching soccer, managing youth projects, and serving as a mentor to numerous young individuals.

Willy’s commitment to his community is evident in his unwavering dedication to uplifting the lives of young people in Luuka District. Through his work at See Them Grow Foundation, he has been instrumental in designing and implementing programs that aim to improve the socio-economic well-being of youth, including vocational training, leadership development, and mentorship initiatives.

In addition to his youth coordination role, Willy is also an avid soccer enthusiast and enjoys coaching soccer teams in the local community. He believes that sports, particularly soccer, can be a powerful tool for positive social change, providing young people with opportunities to learn important life skills, build self-confidence, and develop a sense of belonging and teamwork.

Outside of his professional work, Willy has a keen interest in music, movies, and is known for his unwavering passion for his community in Luuka. He is a dedicated advocate for youth empowerment and is committed to making a meaningful and lasting impact on the lives of young people in his community.

With his wealth of experience, passion for youth empowerment, and deep connection to the Luuka community, Willy Kasogoya is a driving force behind the See Them Grow Foundation’s efforts to create positive change in the lives of youth in Luuka District and beyond.

Eseza Babirye
Eseza Babirye

Eseza Babirye is a compassionate and dedicated admin at See Them Grow Foundation. Born and raised in Luuka District, Uganda, Eseza has a deep connection to her community and a strong passion for working with teenage mothers and single mothers.

As a mother herself, Eseza understands the unique challenges faced by young and single mothers in Luuka District. Her empathy and advocacy skills makes her work tirelessly to support and empower women in need.

Eseza is also a mentor under Global Glow, a program that focuses on empowering and mentoring young girls to reach their full potential. She is committed to guiding and nurturing the next generation of female leaders, and her mentorship skills are highly regarded.

In addition to her administrative role and mentorship activities, Eseza is an advocate for women’s rights, using her voice and influence to promote gender equality and empower women in her community. She is passionate about creating positive change and providing opportunities for women to thrive.

Apart from her work at See Them Grow Foundation and Global Glow, Eseza also enjoys music, advocacy, and sports. Her hobbies reflect her multifaceted personality and her commitment to using different avenues to make a positive impact on the lives of others.

Eseza’s unwavering dedication to empowering teenage mothers and single mothers, her advocacy for women’s rights, her role as a mentor under Global Glow, and her diverse interests. Passion for creating positive change in Luuka District and her commitment to the foundation’s mission are evident in all aspects of her work.

Phiona Jackline
Phiona Jackline

Phiona Jackline is a dedicated and passionate lead mentor at See Them Grow Foundation under the Global Glow Program. Hailing from Iganga District – Uganda, Phiona is committed to supporting, guiding, and encouraging girls to set realistic, strive for, and achieve worthy goals for themselves.

As a lead mentor, Phiona lends a compassionate ear and provides guidance and insight to fellow mentors. She facilitates group sessions with girls, creating a safe space for them to share their thoughts, concerns, and aspirations. Phiona’s nurturing approach empowers girls to embrace their potential and navigate challenges with confidence.

In addition to her mentoring activities, Phiona is passionate about agriculture, mentorship, research, community development and innovation. Her diverse interests and skills contribute to her ability to connect with girls on different levels, providing them with valuable guidance and support. Her passion is evident in her work and hobbies alike, showcasing her unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of others.

Phiona is an agricultural engineer and community development specialist by profession. She holds a Master’s in Agriculture, with a specialization in Tropical Farming Systems from the Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague and Bachelor’s Degree in Adult and Community Education from Kyambogo University.

Lyndah Kobutungi
Lyndah Kobutungi

Lyndah Kobutungi is a dedicated mentor at See Them Grow Foundation under the Global Glow Program, where she creates a safe and nurturing space for girls to share their thoughts, concerns, and aspirations. Hailing from Mbarara District Uganda, Lyndah is passionate about empowering girls and helping them build a brighter future.

In addition to her mentoring role, Lyndah also takes charge of the environment awareness campaign at the foundation. She recognizes the importance of teaching girls about climate change and the impact it has on their communities. She equips the girls with the skills and knowledge to respond to climate-related disasters and adapt to changing resource landscapes.

One of Lyndah’s innovative approaches to environmental awareness is through art and crafts. She teaches the girls to recycle and upcycle by using recycled materials to create beautiful artwork. Through this creative process, Lyndah instills in the girls a sense of responsibility towards the environment and encourages them to become stewards of their natural surroundings.

Her dedication to creating a safe space for girls to express themselves, as well as her commitment to teaching them about environmental sustainability, makes her an invaluable asset to the team. Lyndah’s innovative and creative approach to empowering girls through mentorship and environmental awareness is making a positive impact on the lives of the girls and the community.