Doreen Tuhebwe is a Research Fellow at Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH). She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Health Sciences and a Master of Public Health degree from Makerere University. She has participated and led in teaching, examination, research, and community service at MakSPH. For five years (2015-2020) she steered the MakSPH graduate students’ mentorship program-a platform aimed at supporting students as they journey through graduate training. She also has experience in the implementation of research and service projects, writing research protocols, monitoring field work/ experiments, and conducting ethnography studies with over 20 publications in peer-reviewed journals. Doreen has written grants and led her own research through small grants programs. She is a founder member of Women in Global Health- Uganda Chapter and the MakSPH-Master of Public Health Alumni Association. Doreen has interest in global health, adolescent reproductive health, and autonomy, disease control including HIV/AIDS and neglected tropical diseases and models of service delivery for vulnerable populations in urban poor settings, cross borders, and fishing communities. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Public Health-Global Health at San Diego State University, USA.