Dorothy is a research assistant with knowledge in areas related to land use planning, agriculture, GIS and remote sensing and community health. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Agricultural land use and management from Makerere University and a certificate in Ecological Land Use Planning For Sustainable Utilization of Oil and Gas Landscape, a short course organized by Makerere University and ESIPPS International. She has trained in Mapping for Climate Change Mitigation, Evaluation of Living Goods and Brac Entrepreneurial Community Health Worker Model by IPA Uganda.
Dorothy has worked with IPA Uganda as a field officer in household survey on maternal and child health, worked with Makerere University and University of Florida USA in the Arts in Medicine project and Facilitated in the Whole System in the Room Collaborative Retreat organized by Family Health International (fhi 360). She is currently working as a research assistant at ESIPPS international where she has participated in various projects.