Ms. Kalule has an M.A in Information Science Technology and Bachelors in Mass Communication from Makerere University. Her other qualifications include participatory rural appraisal, training of trainers in conflict resolution, community radio journalism, participation and development with gender, media’s role in conflict resolution, court reporting, and gender considerations in the administration of justice, business reporting, rural broadcasting, empowering the new generation and improving management skills for middle level managers.
Ms. Kalule currently works for the Malaria Consortium Project Uganda as communications officer. Prior to this she worked as a communications consultant for the Coexistence Centre Uganda (CCU), news editor and program producer for Radio Uganda, media training consultant for ANPPCAN Uganda Chapter, communications trainer for Uganda National Farmers Association (UNFA), volunteer for Uganda Debt Network, and for Centre for Conflict Resolution (CECORE).
She has also worked for UMWA in several capacities including research and documentation officer, and coordinator for the two projects Rural Outreach Program in Luweero and the Get Smart Project.
Ms. Kalule has extensive expertise in research, editing and documentation, broadcasting, creative writing, media and public relations, communications training, marketing, mediation and advocacy, networking, team building, moderation, negotiation, capacity building, peace and conflict resolution.
Ms. Kalule’s other professional affiliations include National Institute of Journalists of Uganda (NIJU), Environmental Journalists Association of Uganda (EJUA), Uganda Broadcasters Forum (UBROF), United Nations Association of Uganda (UNAU), The Coexistence Network (TCI), The Great Lakes Peace and Security Network (PeSeNet), Uganda Library Association (ULA), Uganda Debt Network (UDN) and Rotaract Club of Kampala Central.