Lillian Nalwoga

Lillian Nalwoga is a digital policy analyst and advocate with over 15 years’ experience in providing strategic leadership and advisory services in digital adoption, policy making and regulation in Africa.

She is the current Chair of the Africa Internet Governance Advisory Multi-Stakeholder Advisory Group (MAG) 2023),has served on the UN-IGF MAG from 2012 – 2014 and also coordinates the Uganda and East African Internet Governance Forums. She currently serves on the Global Network Initiative (GNI) Board; and has served as Internet Governance expert on the Africa Union Commission (AUC) Policy and Regulatory Initiative for Digital Africa (PRIDA)Technical Committee.

Lillian has consulted with organisations such as Freedom House, World Bank and ITU, USAID, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, UNESCO, Alliance for Affordable Internet, Clarke University, Uganda among others. She’s specifically interested in Digital Democracy, Child Online Safety, Digital Rights and Freedoms, Internet Governance and policy, ICT and Entrepreneurship, Digital Innovation, Business administration and management, Cybersecurity, Open Data, Big Data and e-governance.

Lillian is a Programmes Manager at the Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA) and a founding director of the Internet Society Uganda Chapter. She holds a Masters in Digital Media and Society from Uppsala University, Sweden, a Postgraduate Diploma in Management as well as advanced training in Internet studies.