Henry F. Mulindwa holds Diplomas in Political and Social Philosophy and in Pastoral Studies. He holds Bachelorís degrees in Philosophy (Makerere University) and in Sacred Theology (Urban University). MA in Higher Education Management (Makerere University) and MA in Theology (Jesuit University of Scranton (USA) and a Doctorate from Newburg College (USA). He obtained a Post Doctoral Diploma in Education (Nkumba University). He taught Theology at the Jesuit University of Scranton, taught Foundations of Education at UMU, Kisubi and Ethics at UMU, Masaka plus Organizational Management at Katigondo National Seminary. He taught in Secondary School and was a Headteacher. He served as Parish Priest in two parishes in the Archdiocese of Seattle, Washington; served in the Dioceses of Scranton, Brooklyn, in New York, Milwaukee and Houma, Louisiana, in the USA and in Nottingham and SW London. He was also Parish Priest for five years in Masaka Diocese. He published a book, Preaching that touches and changes lives (2013) and a Luganda novel, Basooka Kwavula (2010) and several articles. He is currently the Director of Advancement and Development at UMU.