Frank Muramuzi, Executive Director and Founding member of (NAPE), is active in many organizations including Chairperson of East African Communities Organizations for the Management of Lake Victoria Resources (ECOVIC), Uganda Chapter, Board Member of Uganda Coalition for Sustainable Development (UCSD), Founding member of African Rivers Network (ARN) and current Chairperson, Member of Dams and Development Forum (DDP) of UNEP, Nairobi. Mr. Muramuzi has led efforts to save the Mabira Forest, advocated for people affected by the Bujagli dam, spearheaded efforts to promote alternative energy in Uganda and East Africa, and fought to protect the environment and communities from big development projects.
Dennis Tabaro, Senior Program Officer in charge of finance and monitoring and evaluation, supervises all financial matters and leads efforts to improve the organization through monitoring and evaluation. He also coordinates activities on indigenous people’s knowledge and culture as it relates to environmental conservation and is a trainer for community based projects.
Rajab Bwengye Yusufu, Program Officer for Fundraising and Project Coordinator, is in charge of the oil governance programme at NAPE and is the Uganda coordinator for Oil Watch Africa Network that is hosted and coordinated by NAPE. The Oil Watch Africa Network includes member groups from Cameroon, Nigeria, Chad, Sudan, Ghana, South Africa, and Tanzania.
Allan Kalangi, Manager of Sustainability School Programme of NAPE, runs day day-to-day activities of the School, supervises Sustainability School field staff, is the officer responsible for training and professional development of staff members and assists in the public relations department. The Sustainability School is an innovative program that helps communities to organize themselves to solve emerging problems in their localities.
Ms. Sostine Namanya - Gender and Food Security Officer, overseas gender mainstreaming for all NAPE programmes, and is project officer for Amplifying Voices of Women in the Oil Debates. Ms.Sostine also handles membership in NAPE and is the liaison to local NAPE partners..
David Kureeba, Officer of Forests and Biodiversity, co-ordinates forest and biodiversity issues for African partners at NAPE which is the Uganda representative of Friends of the Earth. Mr. Kureeba also leads campaigns involving agro-fuels and the negative effects of plantation expansion as well as tracking and analyzing the United Nations program Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation(REDD)
Gregory Bakunda, accountant, reconciles the ledger, posts transactions to the ledger, maintains the asset register, keeps track of tax withholding and national social security transfers and other taxes, prepares documents for audits and management review.
Ritah Nalwanga, accounts assistant, handles payments, prepares budget and financial documents, reconciles accounts, and makes transfers to the government.
Jennifer Amejja, office administrator, is responsible for the smooth running of the NAPE office. She oversees reception, serves as the secretary to the Executive Director, types and prints documents, manages office records, and communication, produces the minutes of the NAPE Board and Board committees, and organizes and records internal meetings.