President, African Wildlife Foundation
Mr. Kaddu Kiwe Sebunya is the President of African Wildlife Foundation (AWF).
As President, Kaddu serves as the primary spokesperson for, and the personal embodiment of, AWF’s vision of wildlife thriving in modern Africa. He is one of the principal leaders of the organization, and thus helps drive the long-term strategy and culture of AWF. Kaddu is the most visible, present and vocal voices for wildlife, wild lands, conservation and sustainability on the continent—widely known and respected throughout the Africa.
Kaddu has over 15 years of professional experience at different levels of work, ranging from grassroots to national and regional technical support in USA, Africa, and Europe. He has worked with Oxfam UK, the World Conservation Union - IUCN, USA Peace Corps, Conservation International, and Solimar International.
His technical area of expertise include international development strategic planning and analysis, program feasibility assessments and design, and community-based strategy program development in different sectors, private sector – government relations and partnership, legislative matters and legislative lobbying, large budget management, diplomacy - peace mediation and negotiations.
Kaddu’s experience is complimented by a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and two Master’s degrees: a Master of Arts degree in Law, Policy and Diplomacy with a special focus on International Resource Policy and Law; Economics and Development Strategies; Corporate Social Responsibility, Mediation and Negotiations – at The Fletcher School, Tufts University, USA. And a Master of Science in Sustainable Resource Management and Policy with special focus on human development and government, social and economic policies, and sustainable development outcomes – at Imperial - Wye College, London University.