Daniel Lyadda holds a master’s degree in management science from the Uganda Management Institute, a master’s degree in value chain management from Wageningen University & Research in Netherlands, a postgraduate degree in public administration and management from Uganda Management Institute, and a bachelor’s degree in human resource management from Makerere University in Kampala. Previously, Daniel attended Nabumali Junior Primary School and then Kiira College Butiki for both Ordinary Level and Advanced Level studies.
Prior to joining RMF’s team as Human Resources Manager, Daniel worked as a Ministry of Health technical supervisor/coordinator at the Malaria Consortium, a human resources consultant with Stanbic Bank Uganda, a human resources and operations strategist with Busaino Fruits in agro-tourism, and as an associate consultant of finance and value chain management for Windbreak East Africa. Daniel has also produced a publication titled “The Impact of HRP on Labor Turnover: Value Chain Concept Development: A Case of Pumpkin in Uganda.”
During his free time, Daniel enjoys watching soccer, reading, and researching. He speaks English, French, and Kiswahili.