Lillian Nalwoga is the President of the Internet Society – Uganda Chapter and works with the Collaboration on International ICT Policy in East and Southern Africa (CIPESA) as a Policy Associate. She has contributed to ICT policy reviews in Uganda and East Africa, undertaken research; facilitated and coordinated ICT policy workshops – including coordinating the East African Internet Governance Forum and Uganda Internet Governance Forum. Lillian holds a Bachelors of Development Studies (Makerere University, Kampala) with a Master Degree in Management (Uganda Management Institute, Kampala) as well as advanced training in Internet studies. She has hands on experience in Information Technology and Projects Management. She is interested in linking public policy and the Internet as well as promoting appropriate use of Information Communication Technologies in improving rural livelihoods.