Board of Advisors
Jagger Koerner: Jagger Koerner is pursuing an MD/MBA degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Simon school of Business. He is currently in the third year of this five-year degree program. He has a B.S degree from Cornell University in Biology and Society. He lives with his wife, Tabitha, in Brighton, New York.
Frank Woitera: I graduated from Mulago School of orthopedics - Kampala Uganda, in 2007. I have committed a lot of my time since then implementing the ground activities of the Foundation with a lot of emphasis on the health care needs of the 52 kids, their families and the communities in which they live.
Moses Ssalli: Known as Bebe Cool is a raga musician from Uganda. He started his career around 1997 in Nairobi, Kenya, but a few years later moved back to his native country. Bebe Cool was one of the first artists affiliated with Ogopa DJs, a production house and record label in Kenya. Moses has won several awards including 2010 Pearl of Africa Music Awards (PAM Awards) as Artist of the Year and 2011 best male artist of the year. Moses also performed for Nelson Mendel’s 90th birthday in South Africa.
On July 11, 2010, Bebe Cool was performing at the Kyadondo Rugby Club when a bomb set by Somali Islamist terrorist group al-Shabaab exploded killing most of the people just in front of him performing.
Bebe Cool is husband to model and former Miss Uganda Zuena Kirema and is now a father of two, one son and one daughter.