Prisca is an investment analyst at Asigma. She is excited about technology and business as well as the potential for innovation, business intelligence and technology adoption to not only enhance business processes but also make a positive impact on society.
She has previously volunteered with World Vision Ghana to encourage IT learning in rural communities. The project was an ICT camp organized jointly by World Vision Korea and Samsung Cooperation for over 200 rural children in greater Accra.
She is also fascinated with research and recognises the role it plays in helping organizations make more informed and data driven decisions. In line with that, Prisca has worked as a Research Analyst with Africa Action Help Uganda in locations such as Adjumani, Kyangwali and Kiryandongo. This experience gave her a deeper appreciation for the predictive potential of data analysis.
At Asigma, Prisca has worked as an Analyst on projects such as the US$1M Impact Assessment for a 20 MW Biomass plant; Women's Bank and Finn Church Aid's Agribusiness feasibility study; Merger between two financial institutions with a consolidated asset base of US$10M; DFID Market Development for an agro processing company; Market study of Uganda's medical sundries market; among others.
Prisca graduated with a BSc Degree in Information Management for Business from University College London with first class honours (AET Scholar). She is currently pursuing a CPA (Level 2) from ICPAU and Financial Modelling and Valuation Analyst Credential from CFI.