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Where to Learn TM in Uganda
Courses for the general public are taught at our TM center:
Plot 124,128 Bukoto Street Kamwokya
Additionally, we offer private presentations by appointment to businesses or organizations, and their employees.
Judith Nassali, National Director, AWAGO
Meet our Staff
As the founder of AWAGO, Judith has spearheaded novel and transformative mental wellness initiatives and programs with various non-profit organizations. She is a resourceful and results-oriented executive whose focus is improving the quality of life for Ugandan women and girls.
Grace is an inspirational teacher and detail-oriented program manager. Her responsibilities include overseeing all TM programming focused on bringing services and relief to underserved vulnerable women. She supervises a team of certified teachers and checkers to ensure a standardized and quality learning experience.
Racheal has a track record of building strong relationships with corporations, NGOs and others that share AWAGO’s mission to improve mental wellness for Ugandan women. She can be counted on to design and customize group and individual initiatives that allow professional women to learn TM.
Teddy focuses on providing meditation services to companies, government organizations and our Heal the Healers project providing TM to doctors and nurses. Her individualized and flexible approach is always appreciated by professional women.
Annet oversees the accounting operations of AWAGO. She is integral to guarding the financial health of the organization and manages accounts receivable, payroll, inventory and compliance.
Kiconco has devoted her life to transforming the lives of at-risk women and children through the implementation of TM program through AWAGO’s charitable initiatives. She promptly manages potential and current meditators questions empathetically and professionally.
Sarah is the lead TM instructor for AWAGO’s educational initiatives. She takes particular pride in nurturing and mentoring AWAGO’s 82 scholarship recipients. During Covid she headed up the creation of an Education Hub that ensured that each scholarship girl had access to continued education.
Nancy plays a crucial role in coordinating and teaching TM programs to women and children refugees that are part of the Congolese Refugee Foundation project in Kampala.