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Board Members


JENGA is honoured to have three boards in Uganda, the UK and the US, who are responsible for governance, transparency and accountability. 

Ugandan Board


Joseph Mulungi is married to the lovely Betty and the proud father of 8 children. Pastor of Redeemed Community Church and been in ministry since 1983. Occasional minister in ‘Youth With A Mission’ and board member of ‘Mto Moyoni’. He leads the City Covenant Altar for Jinja city and is the founding member of Busoga (tribe) Prayer Altar. Overseer of ‘Kings Redeemer Children’s Home’ and a lover of intercession, his family and yams cooked in banana leaves.


Juliet believes in life transformation and is a champion of empowering women and girls. As a founding JENGA Trustee, she spearheaded JENGA’s Community Managed Microfinance and Economic Empowerment program strategy. Her passion to help women and girls is drawn from her childhood experiences and many years of working with marginalized communities, not only in Uganda but across Africa and around the world. Juliet has also founded and supported several charity organisations to design and roll out impactful programs.


Dr Mary holds a PHD in Applied Sciences, a Master of Philosophy in Environmental studies (Economics). She also has an MA in Organizational Leadership and Management, and a Bachelor of Education degree specializing in Economics/Business. Mary is a certified expert in strategic, livelihoods and change management, with over 25 years of experience in senior leadership, institutional and systems development, stakeholder management and relationship building; development and influencing team dynamics through coaching and mentoring.


Co-Founder and Country Director of JENGA. Overseer for everything across Wanale Mountain. Church Planter of 12 churches and Senior Pastor of Bethel Baptist Church. Recent Uganda Christian University Organisational Leadership and Management Masters graduate. Gives better hugs than your favourite stuffed Panda and makes better pancakes than your Momma.


Pastor Wilberforce Okumu is a Christian minister and the Senior Pastor of Pearl Haven Christian Center in Mbale. He is married to Sarah, a high school teacher and minister, and they have three wonderful children. Wilberforce and Sarah are the founding leaders of Living Water Ministries Uganda, a three-pronged ministry that includes the local church, leadership training, and Global Outreach – preaching Jesus to the unreached in Uganda and abroad.

UK Board

JENGA Community Development Outreach is a registered charity in the UK (No. 1117877). For more details, please see the Charity Commission for England and Wales.


After a career in business Andrew looked for charities he could contribute to and started as a Trustee with Open Arms in Kenya. Later he worked for 10 years with Spotlight on Africa, five years as Chair, which operates in Mbale. There he met Robby and became a Trustee of JENGA in 2020. He lives partly in Hertfordshire and partly in Perth, Australia and continues to work part time as a Professor at Middlesex University teaching Business subjects. He has been a member of Spicer Street Church in St Albans for 40 years.


Jo joined JENGA in the early days in 2005, living in Mbale for 6 years and serving as Programme Director. Since returning home to the UK she has continued to love being part of the JENGA family, visiting regularly, leading teams and serving as JENGA UK Trustee. She is Team Vicar of Singleton Community Church, part of Ashford Town Parish, Kent.


John has held executive leadership roles in the public, private and voluntary sectors for over 30 years. A chartered accountant by training, he has been involved in business for most of his life and is currently involved in a number of organisations, either as an investor or advisor. In addition to serving as JENGA’s treasurer, John currently chairs the Board at the Westminster Abbey Trust and the Westminster Abbey Pension Fund, Care, Care for the Family and the Royal Foundation of St Katharine.


Jonathan got involved with JENGA through his home church in Canterbury, and spent 6 months in Uganda in 2008 as a volunteer on water projects and student sponsorship programmes. Ever since, the people of Mbale and the team at JENGA have held a special place in his heart. A long-term JENGA supporter, Jonathan works in business as a management consultant focused on energy, with experience in strategy, operations and organisational transformation.


Chairman of the trustees and one of JENGA’s original board. Leader of the first ever team to Uganda. Long-time professional in the recorded music industry. Married to the talented Rachel. Blessed with 3 daughters and 3 granddaughters. Faithful member of JENGA partner church SMB, Canterbury. Lover of Indian food. Hopes there’s curry in Heaven.


Mary met Vinnie and Robby, the founders of JENGA, back in 2005 on her first trip to Uganda to do with a veterinary mission project. She was captivated by what amazing work was going on there and returned to volunteer with JENGA for a year with the goat project based in Mooni, Mbale. She is now based in leafy Surrey and still working with animals as a vet, though cats have replaced the goats. Proud to be supporting JENGA and the incredible work they do in helping the most disadvantaged and raising their voice for the voiceless.


Olivia, a former JENGA volunteer, is more formally known to the team as ‘Pastor Olivia’ since her love of preaching began in Mbale. Having studied Theology and then worked as a Children’s and Youth Pastor for 5 years, Olivia has just begun working as a School Chaplain in Twickenham. Having tied the knot in November, she and Tim are enjoying their first year of marriage together. Olivia hopes to visit Mbale again soon, to spend time with loved ones and enjoy her favourite meal, Matoke and beans!

US Board

JENGA USA is a stand-alone 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the USA (EIN: 83-2480569) which provides grants to JENGA Uganda and other approved partners in the Mbale region.


I’ve been in the ministry for over 25 years and still alive to talk about it! I love my four children and one wife whose favourite sport is to mock me (They are at a near Olympic caliber). I adore our dog, who also mocks me, but not at my family’s skill level. I love to talk about finances and the world which is guaranteed to depress you in five minutes or less and loved living and working for Jenga in Uganda for over 5 years. In my opinion, it’s the most honest and most effective NGO in Uganda.


Amanda has known and loved the work of JENGA Uganda since 2007. Over the years, she has grown in her admiration for JENGA’s commitment to the many people they work with in Mbale. As a Ugandan living in the US, Zukuka Bora coffee is a must-have in her survival kit to brace Chicago’s brutal winters, where she works in higher education administration.


After first spending time in Mbale in 2010 Andy has been privileged to witness both up close and from afar how JENGA embodies a holistic vision of the gospel. Since 2019 he has been involved in JENGA USA, with a vision to facilitate generosity toward the Mbale region from the US. Andy also serves as a pastor at Trinity Church in Larchmont, NY, and Greenwich, CT.


Huge fan of JENGA since bumping into Robby in 2007. Genuinely believes there is not a more effective community development org on the planet. Pulled off the biggest scam in getting the hyper-talented and lovely Julie to marry him. A dad to Nathan and Rachel. Co-founded and leads a nonprofit working with surgeons to take better care of children in need of brain surgery.


Jennifer is a “certified professional volunteer” in many areas of her life after retiring from a career in Accounting and Finance. Wife to lovely husband, Brian, and mother to Katherine and Christopher. She has been the Treasurer of JENGA USA since 2019 having the pleasure of facilitating generosity from donors all across the United States. Jennifer also serves on the Board and is currently the Treasurer for her church, Trinity Church in Greenwich, CT.

Australian Advocate


In one of those bizarre life-changing moments Allan was assigned a seat next to Robby Keen (pre-JENGA) on a near-empty plane leaving Entebbe. The hours of discussion which followed consolidated a lasting friendship and a partnership around JENGA. These days Allan mainly manages the transfer of donations from Australia and stands ready to serve however he can.