Lillian Muyomba – Tamale is a governance specialist with over 15 years of experience in advocacy and capacity development, decentralization, local governance, and human rights knowledge. Currently, Lillian is a Research Fellow at the Advocates Coalition for Development and Environment (ACODE) as well as the Project Manager of the Local Governments Councils Scorecard Initiative, (LGCSCI). She holds a Masters in Human Rights from Makerere University, Kampala, and a Bachelors Degree in Social Work and Social Administration (SWSA) from the same university. She has undergone training in project planning and management, strategic planning and human resource management, all from Uganda Management Institute (UMI), Kampala. Prior to joining ACODE, Lillian worked with the Anti-Corruption Coalition of Uganda as a Capacity Building Program Officer. Lillian is a published researcher in the field of local governance, political accountability, and service delivery with several publications in the ACODE policy research series. She is a co-author of the sixth Local Government Scorecard Report that won ACODE the position of the best policy research think tank in Uganda, under the Global Go-To Think Tanks ranking of 2016.