Annie Mutamba (BE) is a communication consultant and trainer with over 15 years’ experience advising governments, public institutions, businesses and NGOs in Brussels, Washington and across Africa. She co-founded the first Brussels-based public affairs consultancy specializing in EU-Africa relations, and has worked on a variety of projects across Africa, including UN and EU funded programmes in trade, health, education, peace and security.
Annie Mutamba started her career in Washington D.C. at the Africa Policy Information Center, the oldest organisation in the US dedicated to African affairs before managing, for ten years, communication programmes within the European Chemical Industry Council (Cefic). Since 2010 she has been a lecturer within the Executive Master in European Public Affairs and Communication at IHECS Brussels. She is also the co-founder of Africa Communications Week, an international platform bringing together communication experts worldwide looking to impact Africa’s transformation.
She holds two Master’s degrees, in Communication and in International Relations, from the University of Liège (Belgium) and the University of Bradford (UK).