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The Angel Projects of America

For 15 years, Olivia worked for Southern Wine & Spirits with inVision Marketing Solutions, where she was the Group Service Manager. This position included social media, graphic design, photography, videography, and programming.


Olivia studied graphic design & advertising at College of DuPage and continued her education at Olivet Nazarene University, graduating magna cum laude in business administration in 2008. Olivia has volunteered at Calvary Church in Naperville, IL, for many years as a staff photographer, attending and recording events and special services.


She went on her first mission trip with Calvary Church in 2011 to Kenya and has dedicated her life to full-time humanitarian mission work, both abroad and stateside. She has worked in South Africa and Uganda teaching English to children as well as women who had to leave school early due to poverty or family illnesses.


Olivia created projects in Uganda in the villages of Kashji and Rushaga
for women which will enable sustainable income; jewelry making and sponsoring a local farm where the women are able to maintain and grow cabbages which they are able to sell at the local market.


Olivia has also traveled to India, the Philippines, Cambodia, South Africa, and Haiti working with women and children empowerment programs to create sustainable projects.




Susan is a 6th-grade dual-language teacher with Peoria Public School District 150. She graduated from Northern Illinois University with an M.A. in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) in 2007 and holds a B.A. in anthropology and Spanish, also from Northern Illinois University.

Susan is an active member of Tremont Baptist Church in Tremont, IL, where she teaches Sunday School and Awana and serves in leadership on the Toolshed Team.

Susan has been involved in missions since she was 17 years old, and she has spent time living, studying, and teaching abroad.




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Uganda Team

The Angel Projects Uganda


General Manager

Ngabirano has lived an worked in this community his entire live. He has dedicated his time, land and heart to help this community survive and thrive.

He oversees all project activities and developing schedules and documentation. Ngabirano is the ambassador for Angel Projects Uganda and educates local people about the short and long term benefits of the service/model and opportunities available. 

"Being a born again Christian puts me in position to give spiritual guidance to our partners(women and children) and ensure spiritual and moral uprightness in them. Psychosocial support to children is my hobby!"



General Manager &

Publication Communications Manager

We’re so lucky to have Turinomuhangi with us at The Angel Projects Uganda. He is a dedicated teacher and researcher. His leadership in Uganda has been so valuable to this community.



Project Coordinator

Mugisha is responsible for initiation, monitoring and providing excellent field support in all children and women activities and gather feedback from community beneficiaries.


He pursued a degree in SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL ADMINISTRATION and is giving huge support on the administration side for the betterment of the Angel Projects Uganda.




LUCKY TAREMWA is our newest member in charge of security and construction. Lucky studied brick laying and concrete practice in school and is a talented master builder.

Lucky has been volunteering his time and talents with all the construction work at The Angel Projects of Uganda as well as giving general team support in different ways. His decision to volunteer in a community based organization meant to empower women and improve community livelihoods, can’t be taken for granted!



Business Manager

EMILY is a dedicated woman who has traversed diverse paths in her career journey. Beginning with a diploma in business administration, she honed her skills and expertise while working in the microfinance sector for seven years. However, driven by her passion for social welfare and community development, she later pursued a degree in social work and social administration.


Emily's commitment to personal and professional growth is evident in her decision to further her education and expand her horizons. As a married mother of three, she balances her family responsibilities with her career aspirations, showcasing her multitasking abilities and determination to succeed in both aspects of life.


Emily's experience and education will bring a meaningful impact to the Angel Projects Uganda. Her journey reflects resilience, adaptability, and a deep-seated commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of others.



Project Manager - Elderly Project

Jolly is one of the newest Angels at The Angel Projects Uganda. She is the Project Manager of our Weekly Elderly Project. Her team visit the most needy twice a week bringing food and medical care as well as help with any domestic duties needed. Her continuous smile makes the elderly feel loved and wanted and her lively nature and jokes make them smile and laugh which is her gift to make them feel younger and live longer!

Jolly also runs her own coffee roasting business and we are so blessed to have her on our team heading our Weekly Elderly Project!



Project Manager

Danielle came to the Angel Projects Uganda as our Brand Ambassador, but has brought so much to the foundation that she is now a Project Manager over two wonderful projects she brought to the organization.

She has completed her BA in International studies and is now working on her MSc in Applied Social Science (Global Social work & Social Policy). Her passion for assisting others in making a positive change has been the main driving force in pursuing these qualifications. She is also a creative individual who enjoys sketching, painting, baking and exploring new artistic concepts that can be shared with our project partners.

Danielle has been on multiple volunteer missions to Uganda since 2014 and has become dedicated to helping the communities of South-West Uganda.

Since working with TAPA & TAPU Danielle has created the Bakery, Sprinkles of Joy in 2019,  the Greenhouse Project in 2021, and introduced new crafts to our weaving groups and has made a start on addressing period poverty by teaching school girls how to make reusable sanitary towels and our Dignity Packs.

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