Prof. Maximiano Ngabirano is an Associate Professor and Vice Chancellor of St. Ignatius University Kabale. He is a former Director of the Postgraduate, Research and Enterprise of Uganda Martyrs University. He belongs two professional bodies including the Association of African Theologians where he sits on the pan African executive representing East Africa. He is the Founder of Equator Peace Academy, a summer school programme at UMU which is a member of Communities Engaging with Difference and Religion which is a worldwide association of Summer Schools dealing with issues that separate human beings. He is a member of Catholic Social thought at the Catholic University of Leuven.
He has participated in the programmes of Pasgr since 2012 mainly in MRPP, Research, e-case writing and teaching. He was key in two SPHIER funded projects namely; Transforming Employability for Social Change in East Africa (TESCEA) andPedagogical Leadership in Africa (PEDAL). Has had keen interest in technology enhanced learning and case writing and teaching in addition to the courses he teaches on the Master of Research and Public Policy (MRPP)programme.