Join us for a special DEC Event in September and a special speaker.
Uganda native, has a passion for people and business and joined the East Africa Chamber of Commerce in 2015. The EACC is a dynamic organization that promotes trade and investments between the United States and East Africa. In 2016, Mrs. Juko-McDowell became the first woman to hold the position of chair for the East Africa Chamber of Commerce. Her professional, small-business owner mindset led to her success in this role in addition to her strategic decision-making skills, client-centered management, and sales experience. For the past 18 years, Elsa has developed her expertise through her experiences in real estate as a realtor and her managerial roles in the mortgage servicing industry. She now owns multiple businesses, which include real-estate development and investments, and consulting. Elsa co-founded MYPOLARLIFE, a local mental illness advocacy company, in 2017 with her husband. She serves on the Advisory Board of Real Estate Institute of East Africa (REIEA) and is a member of the North Texas District Export Council. As a mother of three young women, a wife, and a member of her community, she is passionate about helping those around her and abroad through thriving business development.
UT Dallas, Jindal School (JSOM), Executive Dining Room.
800 West Campbell Road
Richardson, TX 75080
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