Nathan is a research fellow at Makerere University School of Public Health and Director Eastern Africa Resilience Innovation Lab, ResilientAfrica Network. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Community Psychology (First Class Honours), a Master’s Degree in Health Services Research of Makerere University, a post graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from Uganda Management Institute (UMI) and is currently pursuing a PhD in Public Health. Nathan has over 8 years’ experience in quality project management, evaluation, research, innovation management and 5 years in Leadership position that involve multi-country implementation. He has experience in multi country project management and supporting startups to scale with the recent management of a portfolio of over 100 innovations at Eastern Africa Resilience Innovation Lab out of which 19 have successfully been initiated as startups. He has worked with Reproductive Health Uganda for 3 years Managing 4 Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) related projects covering 8 districts in south Western Uganda and Bunyoro region. While at RHU, he was at the centre of coordinating political, cultural, religious, social and donor support for integrated SRHR family planning interventions, strengthening institutional and technical capacities of health systems and increasing healthy lifestyle choices related to sexual and reproductive health for young people and vulnerable groups.