B Mass Communication (Hons) (Makerere), MA Journalism and Media Studies (Rhodes)
Sara’s work is aligned to a number of areas namely, new media, media policy and print journalism. Her MA thesis focussed on whether Uganda’s broadcast policy provided an enabling environment for an all-inclusive Information Society as envisaged by the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS). She is currently researching the framing of homosexuality by the Ugandan press. Sara has worked as a Hansard Editor in the Pan-African and Ugandan Parliaments, a lecturer at Makerere University’s Department of Journalism and Communication, as well as an online sub-editor. She is currently a lecturer at Uganda Christian University.
In 2012, she and a team at Uganda’s parliament produced the award-winning publication, Parliament since 1962: Our story. The book was part of the activities to mark Uganda’s independence golden jubilee and records parliament’s history.