Rosebell Kagumire (She/Her) is a writer and editor at African Feminism. She is a Pan-African feminist activist who works at the intersection of media, gender and development. She recently co-edited a book: Challenging Patriarchy: The Role of Patriarchy in the Roll-Back of Democracy. She was honored with the Anna Guèye 2018 award for her contribution to digital democracy, justice and equality on the African continent by Africtivistes, a network of African activists for democracy. She holds a Masters degree in Media, Peace and Conflict Studies from the UN-mandated University of Peace in Costa Rica. She has done short term studies in nonviolent conflict at the Fletcher School and Global Leadership and Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School. Her undergraduate degree is in Mass Communication from Makerere University, Uganda.
Rosebell is a council member at the Nalafem Collective and sits on the advisory board of the Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy. Rosebell was recognized by Avance Media as one of the100 Most Influential Women in Africa for 2021 edition. She seats on the panel of international judges for the TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting, a prestigious award for investigative journalism that aims to uncover business bribery or related financial crimes around the world.