Ednah Karamagi is a researcher, trainer, farmer, and a consultant with over 25 years of working experience in both the profit and non-profit making arena. She is currently the Program Director of Adding Value to Agriculture Products (AVAP). Before farming, Ednah served as the Executive Director of BROSDI for sixteen years. During the last quarter, she took Sabbatical leave of a year, during which time, she took on a job with Uganda Meat Producers Cooperative Union (UMPCU) as their Resource Mobilization Officer; the aim being to understand how cooperatives work and revert that skill to BROSDI. Before working with BROSDI, she worked as a Deputy Director for Kabarole Research & Resource Center (KRC) for three years.
She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree (Mathematics, Geography & Psychology) and has numerous certificates from short courses that she has undertaken to enable her to boost her job performance over the years. Ednah possesses diverse skills that have been developed either through training or self-taught lessons such as: program building and management, gender and feminism, employee relations, training and capacity building, organization fundraising, media analysis, building and managing networks, conference organization and facilitation, content management, lobbying and advocacy, and among others.