Ms. Ssenkungo Josephine is the Director of Education and Unlicensed Assistive Personnel (UAP) in the State of New Mexico, USA.

Ms. Ssenkungo Josephine is the Director of Education and Unlicensed Assistive Personnel (UAP) in the State of New Mexico, USA.

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Ms. Ssenkungo Josephine is the Director of Education and Unlicensed Assistive Personnel (UAP) in the State of New Mexico, USA.  She holds a MSN and a Doctoral candidate Northcentral University in Prescott, Arizona. Her current research is “A Phenomenological Study of English as a second language (ESL) Pre-Licensure nursing students and their NCLEX-RN Examination.”

Her nursing practice has been in critical care, administration and nursing education. She is dedicated to ensuring excellence in nursing practice through quality nursing education and ensuring that New Mexico nursing programs maintain the Board’s standards.


Ms. Ssenkungo is originally from Kampala, Uganda, and an immigrated to the United States in 1998. She lives in Roswell with her family that includes seven children. My hobbies are horse riding, motivate people and country music.

She inspires our Ugandan community in the diaspora to stay connected and knowledgeable, build a family legacy through financial Independence. She is an Independent Business Owner and CEO of Seven Wonders Organization (SWO). Her success story is inspirational to all Ugandans and be duplicated.

In October SWO started a “11 months Campaign Kick-Off “in the diaspora to educate Africans (Ugandans) about financial independence, character building and an attitude for Success.

Please join Ms. Ssenkungo in her nationwide campaign tour to get us all involved in SWO and see better changes in the diaspora and Uganda at large in creating your own financial economy. Together, we can Do this! Please visit her display station and support her endeavors for the betterment for Ugandan children in the diaspora.

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Ugandan Diaspora Team

The Uganda Diaspora Network is a forum aimed at bringing together Ugandans who live and work abroad by celebrating their contributions overseas and also encouraging them to give of their time, talents, ideas and expertise whilst inspiring the next generation of Ugandan leaders. Every year the Ugandan Diaspora Network will organize an annual Social Networking Gala and will also produce a quarterly publication highlighting the successes of the various Ugandans residing overseas. Please send us those inspirational stories and philanthropic work involving Ugandans abroad. We shall share these stories using this platform that is rapidly growing and expanding. The Next Diaspora Social Networking Gala will be Held on 30th December 2016 at The Kampala Serena Hotel.

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