Albert Mucunguzi is a Ugandan Technologist, the current Secretary General of the ICT Association of Uganda (ICTAU) and a key player in Uganda’s ICT Industry.
In 2009, he founded the country’s largest technology magazine, PC Tech Magazine(www.pctechmag.com), a publication that has grown to have readership across 6 African countries. PC Tech reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the Africa.
He is passionate about Startups, ICT4D and New Media and also runs a number of blogs online.
In his previous roles, Albert has worked as a web developer for Makerere University Business School, been a Project Manager for Project Manager of UGO (www.ugo.co.ug), ranked among the top ten most popular local website in Uganda, mentored and/or adjudicated at various national and international youth Entrepreneur Challenges including the Orange [Telecom] Community Innovations Awards (3 years), Resilient Africa Innovation Challenge; and covered Microsoft’s Global Innovation Challenge, the Imagine Cup Finals in Seattle, Washington.
He has worked on various private and public initiatives, is currently the Vice Chairman of the Uganda National Working Group on ICT Environmental Sustainability.