East Africa Team

Mark Musinguzi - Investment Analyst | Uganda

Mark joined Mango Fund in July 2016 as an Investment Analyst. Prior to joining Mango Fund, Mark worked with Stanbic Bank Uganda in areas of Financial Services, Credit risk management and Credit analysis over the previous eight years. Mark has a passion for investments as a way of empowering communities.

Mark holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology and is currently pursuing the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation as a level III candidate. Mark is a member of the CFA Society of East Africa.

Robinah Biribonwa - Portfolio Manager | Uganda

Robinah is a finance and Microfinance Specialist with 14 years of experience in Business and Administration.  She joined Mango Fund in February 2016 as a Portfolio Manager. She has a great passion for working with entrepreneurs and helping them meet their dreams.

Prior to joining Mango Fund, Robinah worked with The Hunger Project Uganda as the Head of the Microfinance. She was later given the responsibility to oversee the microfinance program for The Hunger project global network in the Anglophone countries. Robinah also worked with Ecumenical Church Loan Fund Uganda (ECLOF-Uganda) as a Credit Supervisor/Analyst overseeing the entire microfinance operations of ECLOF Uganda. She has also worked with various SACCOs and credit cooperatives across Uganda.  She holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with specialization in Accounting and Finance and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science – Economics and social Administration. 

Lucy Pinyoloya - Investment Officer, Northern Region | Uganda

Lucy graduated from Uganda College of Commerce Aduku with a diploma in Business Studies. She also holds a diploma in Public Relations and Media Management from Cavendish University.

For the past two years, Lucy worked with Uganda Small Scale Industries Associations as the Regional Coordinator and distinguished herself with her wide range of experience in entrepreneurship development, knowledge transfer, and resourcefulness. Lucy’s role with USSIA was a key part of the large number of clients that came to Mango Fund through her regional expertise, strong reputation, and excellent relationship building skills.Her passion for entrepreneurs is very evident to anyone who meets her, especially for the women in Northern Uganda to be empowered in their entrepreneurial activities through technical assistance, value addition, and market linkages.

Daniel Murungi - Investment Officer | Uganda

Daniel joined Mango fund in July 2016 as an investment officer. Before Mango Fund, Daniel worked with Bayport financial services as a quality control and collections officer. He later joined Vision Fund Uganda as a loans officer dealing with the active poor. He subsequently worked at EFC Uganda Ltd and Letshego Uganda Ltd respectively serving as an SME Credit officer. Throughout his career of over 8 years, he has had an opportunity to interact with a wide variety of clients from various backgrounds and aspects of society. Daniel is a considerate person who always looks to find creative solutions to meet client’s unique needs.

Daniel holds a B.A. Economics degree from Makerere University.