Sarah Latigo, MBA


Sarah Latigo, MBA is the co-founder and member of GIDE Board of Directors. Sarah is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA, UK) and a member of Association of Computer Professionals, UK specializing in company secretarial and financial and accounting practice. She is an experienced administrative and financial expert with 15+ years at international settings whilst at the United Nations in various countries. She also held the position of Director of Administration and Finance, at the Nile Crocodile Park―a for-profit corporation based in Uganda. Sarah’s recent research has been on “Analysis of Alternative Financing Strategies for Sustainable Environmental Protection in Africa”. And, her passion for the care of seniors prompted her to join the Senior Office Specialists (SOS) in Dallas, Texas to provide professional home office and consulting solutions. In her career, Sarah travelled and lived in various countries in Africa, UK and USA.

Sample Publications

Sarah O. Latigo (2008) "Financial and Economic Outlook for Zambia" (AfDB & UNECA African Outlook Report, Zambia, 2008)

Sarah O. Latigo (2006) "Accounting Manual for the United Nations Health Care Clinic" (2006)

Sarah O. Latigo (2005) "Accounting and Analysing alternative Financing Strategies for Sustainable Environmental Protection in Africa" (Master’s Thesis, University of Leicester, UK)

Sarah O. Latigo (2004) “Analysis of alternative financing strategies for sustainable environmental protection in Africa”.

Sarah.O. Latigo (2004) “Monetary and fiscal policies and their implications for the design of macroeconomic policies”

Sarah O. Latigo (2004) “Types of exposure to exchange rate risks and how they are measured”.

Sarah O. Latigo (2004) “Fiscal policies recommended to increase the level of savings in an economy”.

Sarah O. Latigo (2003) “How Shell as a multinational company operates and competes in Kenya”.

Sarah O. Latigo (2003) “Evaluation of the successes and failures of the diversification and acquisition strategies in a pharmaceutical industry: a case study on GlaxoSmithKline”.

Sarah O. Latigo (2003) Assessing the competitive environment within which a mobile company Safaricom is operating in Kenya”.

Sarah O. Latigo (2003) Implementing strategies in an organization in Africa.

Sarah O. Latigo (1994) A computerized processing system for the rural development bank that serves 200 members and a payroll system developed for over 2500 employees (project document in partial fulfillment of the diploma for association of Computer Professionals, London, UK. Developed using Dbase III language)

Sarah O. Latigo (1991) A computerized processing system for the industrial catering industry of the British Association of Chef with membership of 2000 (a project document in partial fulfillment of the certificate for the Association of Computer Professionals, London, UK; developed using GWBASIC language).