The Inspiration Movement
for Arts Leadership and Social Change

Gila Amitay

A senior lecturer at the Max Stern Yezreel Valley College and the head of the Center for Action Research and Social Justice. She received her Ph.D. from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel. She teaches at the department of criminology and a is member of several human rights and children’s’ rights organizations. Her main research […]

Cerinah Nalwoga – Inspiration Connect

Cerinah Nalwoga is the former chief finance officer of Milima Technologies Uganda, a growing cyber-security firm focused on building cyber smart communities and organizations. With a Textile and Ginning Engineering background, Cerinah’s passion for finance and management led her to pursue ACCA. She worked as a Business development lead in the same organization and demonstrated […]

Edward Waddimba

Inspiration Connect Waddimba Edward is a self-taught artist apprenticed under the mentorship of the late Fabian Mpagi Kamulu who was a director of Nommo Gallery. His versatile practice has attracted a number of commissions and employment to a number of local art collectives in a bid to discover opportunities out of what seems to be […]

Abigail Agwang

Abigail Agwang graduated with a BA in Industrial Art and Design from Makerere University. She is a motivational speaker who inspires young people like her to be purpose driven. Abigail has been participating in academic researches including collecting data for organizations and presenting findings from the studies. Abigail is an accomplished visual artist with vast […]

Mugisha Happy Innocent

Mugisha Happy Innocent holds a BA of Development Studies and Master of Public Health. He is a practicing artist, dealing in ceramics majorly. Currently Happy manages a Youth Initiative for Prosperity Africa (YIPA). YIPA is an NGO that promotes empowerment through skills development, community capacity building, environmental management and conservation, OVC support, and many more […]

Tamar Zirinski-Mozel

Tamar is a social entrepreneur and the executive director of Inspiration- Arts for Humanity. She leads the organizational processes, combines humanitarian and artistic perspectives, and promotes entrepreneurship, sustainability, female (and human) solidarity, empowerment and innovation in strategic projects of the organization. Her long-standing partnership with Brit Olam-Topaz began in 2007 when she was employed as […]

Kitto Derrick Wintergreen – IIA mentor

Kitto (Kampala) is a graduate of the Margaret Trowell School of Industrial and Fine Art at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. He is currently the Acting Head of Fine Art Department at Nagenda International Academy of Art and Design (NIAAD) in Namulanda, Uganda, where he also teaches visual communication design and weaving. In 2017 Kitto Joined the Kampala Working Group of the Another […]