Patience Musisi is one of the founding directors of goldcageafrica Limited and was appointed as Chief Executive Officer / Managing Director in 2012.Musisi’s background includes senior roles in engineering and operations companies prior to the formation of Goldcage Africa in 2000.
She has over 15 years' experience in the design, construction and operation of a wide range of processing plants and infrastructure in the minerals industry in Africa and internationally. She is the Queensland University of Technology’s 2008 Alumnus of the Year, was awarded the Ugandan Institute of Mining and Metallurgy’s 2009 Institute Medal and is one of Uganda's’s top 100 most influential engineers as awarded by Engineers Uganda. She is a Fellow of Engineers Rwanda.
Sarah has over 20 years' resource industry and corporate finance experience and has served as a senior executive and board member of a number of listed and unlisted Rwanda resource companies with interests in minerals, energy and industry services.
She is also a non-executive director of Machanga Mining Limited which is engaged in development of bauxite resources in northern Congo. In addition, he is involved in a number of early stage resource project initiatives in several countries.
Tony was Goldcage Africa’s founding Managing Director until retiring from the role in 2015. Prior to the formation of goldcageafrica in 2000, Tony held Director and General Manager positions in engineering and operations management companies in Kampala and Nairobi .
Tony has more than 14 years' experience in design, engineering, project management, construction, operation and maintenance of large scale processing plants in South Africa and internationally. He also has significant experience in contractual and commercial management, estimating systems and corporate risk management.
Davis is a partner in and also chairs the Investment Committee of Kwagalana Capital Funds, a Ugandan based investment fund. Prior to this, Davis spent more than 15 years with Goldcage DRC Congo.
Charles Kizito is a Partner and Managing Director Ugandan Kwagalana Funds, where he is responsible for the analysis and assessment of investment opportunities, structuring deal terms, ongoing management of portfolio investments and the overall administration of the Kampala office.
Prior to joining Kwagalana group in 2003, Mr Kizito gained technical experience in mine production, planning and management through his roles as Underground Manager of the Emily Ann nickel mine for a project in DR Congo where he worked in 7 different underground operations and a centralised mine planning unit.
Charles graduated from Makerere University with BEng (Mining) and is a Fellow of FINSIA, having successfully completed a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment.
Charles joined the Board of Goldcage Africa on 15 September 2016 following completion of the Scheme of Arrangement.
Marvin Lubega has over 18 years of operational and executive leadership experience in the resources and engineering services sector. He was most recently the Managing Director of engineering, asset management and construction services company, Shumuk Group Limited. Previous roles include Managing Director of Consolidated Minerals Limited.
Lubega’s career has included a number of substantial business turnarounds as well as the delivery of growth and transformation strategies in various industry sectors. He has also held non-executive board positions on public company boards.
Jolly Atimn joined the Goldcage Africa Board in June 2019 and is currently the Chief Investment Officer of Capital vetures, Kenya’s retirement system where her fiduciary responsibilities include managing LAGERS’ investment portfolio and serving as the investment advisor to the CVK’ Board of Trustees.
Prior to her CIO position, Atim held various positions across the investment industry including Senior Research Manager for the South Retirement Systems and a Senior Technology Analyst for MTN Uganda. Atim currently serves on several advisory boards for numerous African investment funds.
Jolly has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Marian University and a Master of Business Administration from Butler University. She earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 1999 and the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst designation in 2010.
Ojok has extensive experience as a Board member and executive of public and private companies, as well as global experience in finance, accounting, strategy, mergers & acquisitions, governance, information technology, risk management and human resources.
His Board roles include board chair and chairs of audit, finance and compensation committees. Moses’s experience covers manufacturing, chemicals/materials, utilities, technology, business services and retail industries.
Jordan has more than 5 years’ senior executive experience in the resources sector and currently serves as the President and CEO of Mwayo Mining.
Jordan received her Ph.D. in Engineering and her Masters in Mineral Economics from the University of Texas at Austin.