Board and Advisors

In Movement’s board of directors, based in Spain, is led by founder and president Begoña Caparrós. In Movement is also advised by a team of international experts in business, management, law, arts, education and development.

Begoña Caparrós - Founder and President

Begoña is an attorney with a degree from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, is certified as a Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst through the University of Utah and has studied dance and theatre.

She has been teaching, performing and working as a movement consultant in Spain, San Francisco, California and Uganda for several years.

Eduardo Gimenez - Vice President

Eduardo has a degree in law from Universidad Complutense de Madrid and an MBA from INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France.

He has worked in humanitarian and development projects in the United Nations and the European Commission. He is a partner in the international consulting firm Bain & Company.

Isabel Dutilh - Secretary

Isabel has earned a Law Degree from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, a Masters of Law from the University of Wales, Cardiff and a Masters Maritime Business (ICADE).

She has extensive experience in practicing law and is a founding member of the law firm, Dutilh Abogados.

Vicente Benedito - Member

Vicente has a law degree from the University of Valencia and a Diploma in Agricultural Law and Registration Law, as well as a Masters in Foreign Trade.

He has been Chairman of BBVA Brasil, S.A., Deputy General Manager directing the insurance division and the group’s prevision at a global level. In 2002 he joined Sacyr where he served as Director General of several divisions. Currently he is Director General, Chairman’s Chief of Staff and Non-executive Secretary of the Board of Directors. Among other awards he holds the Commander of the order of Isabel the Catholic.

Juan Bolás - Member

Juan is an attorney and former president of the General Notarial Council. He is also a founding member of “Aequitas”,

the General Notarial Council Foundation, which provides legal protection to disadvantaged groups.

Bruno Entrecanales - Member

Bruno is a business executive and social entrepreneur. For the last ten years, he has worked in the investment field,

participating both as an investor and as an administrator in the private sector, including working with start-ups and bringing failing companies back to profitability.

Gracia Lafuente - Member

Gracia has a bachelor’s degree in geography and history with a speciality in the history of the arts, and a master’s degree in museology from Universidad Complutense of Madrid. She has finished doctórate courses in education and art at Columbia University.

She was the coordinator of the Teacher Information Centre for the MOMA Education Department (New York). She is a consultant that designs educational programs and gives trainings for professorships across the arts in universities and museums in England, the United States and Spain.

Bonita Birungi - Advisor

Bonita has been a member of the Save the Children Africa Regional Technical team since 2009 in the role of Early Childhood Care and Development Specialist.

She also serves as the main point of contact for Early Childhood Development in four African countries (Malawi, Mali, Ethiopia and Uganda). Before joining the regional team, Bonita worked in Uganda for eight years developing and managing community-based youth empowerment and education programs. Bonita has a BA in Social Science from Makerere University, Kampala, MPH and Master of Arts in Education Leadership from Walsh University, North Canton, Ohio.

Sanaa Gateja - Advisor

Sanaa Gateja has studied in the London College of Design and in the Universita Internazionale dell'Arte in Florence and for many years he worked with traditional artists and crafts makers in Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda.

He has exhibited extensively since 1980 in Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, UK, USA, Germany, Holland, Denmark and Korea.
He is called the Bead King because of his introduction of paper recycling into beads, starting in Uganda in 1990 where it has exploded into cottage industries supporting many women and their families but also in Kenya and Rwanda

Lynn Murphy - Advisor

Lynn Murphy is an expert in international education with extensive experience in Africa. She currently works for the Hewlett Foundation developing a new initiative to support quality education in Africa and South Asia.

In Uganda and elsewhere, she led education and research projects and has worked with the United Nations and international NGOs. She holds a Ph.D. from Stanford University (USA) in International Comparative Education.

Charlie Murphy - Advisor

Charlie is an educator and facilitator known for his groundbreaking work incorporating creativity into youth development and adult training.

He co-founded Power of Hope, an innovative youth development organization in Washington State and British Columbia in 1996. In 2005 Charlie was elected to the Ashoka Fellowship, a global association of the world’s leading social entrepreneurs. In 2008 he launched Partnership for Youth Empowerment (PYE Global) to advance transformative youth work internationally.

Patrick Mweheire - Advisor

Patrick Mweheire is an Executive Director at Stanbic Uganda.  He has more than 15 years of Investment Banking experience, 8 years of which, were spent at Merrill Lynch & Co,

New York, where he worked as a Director, Investment Banking. Patrick holds an MBA from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Business.

Justin Silbaugh - Advisor

Justin came to Uganda in July 2006, initially volunteering and then serving as the executive director of an organization in Mbale, and then joining the In Movement team in 2008.

He has a bachelor's degree in history from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and a Masters in Education from National University in San Diego, California. He has an extensive background in organizational development, strategic planning, capacity-building, teaching and teacher training, and is a singer and musician.