Who is Esther Agwang?
Esther is an accomplished marketing professional with experience in brand
communications, media viability and digital marketing.
Esther holds an MBA from Edinburgh Business School, Herriot-Watt University(Scotland). She is a Chartered Marketer and Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (MCIM) with a Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing. She is also acertified Media Viability Consultant among other qualifications.
Esther is a founding member and the first Finance Director of the Uganda Marketers Society (UMS) established in 2017. Between 2019 and 2020, Esther was among Ugandan communications and change management consultants that supported the Ethiopian government with the development and implementation of a Change Management and Communications Strategy for the electronic procurement system (e-GP) as part of the government’s landmark steps towards the e-Government system.
She is an Associate Consultant for CIM, UK at the Uganda Management Institute (UMI) study center, a position she has held since 2015.
Esther is currently supporting local media houses become sustainable by enhancing their viability. And when not busy with marketing roles, Esther spends her time assisting HR teams in different organizations with team building activities.
Did you know?
Esther started her career writing and telling stories as a Freelance Journalist at Vision Group. After 3 years of exploring journalism, Esther ventured into public relations and creating website content before diving into marketing. She elevated Watoto Church and partner brands the time she was their Brand Coordinator and Public Relations Officer.
Her effort cannot go unrecognized.
Esther is among the brains behind the brand positioning of Uganda`s leading Pentecostal church, Watoto Church, Power FM and all its partner brands. She led theirdigital strategy, content, and execution for 12 years. She is a lecturer and consultant with over 10 years of managerial experience in communications and stakeholder management, digital marketing, and changemanagement for local, regional, and global projects
She is worth celebrating