Josephine is a seasoned evaluator with sixteen years working experience in the evidence-informed decision-making space. She is an Assistant Director, Research Services and previous Head of the Monitoring and Evaluation Division in the Parliament of Uganda. She supported initial processes for the development of guidance for responsible evaluation for the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG). In 2021, she led the development of the African Evaluation Principles by the Africa Evaluation Association (AfrEA).

She is a member of the Independent Evaluation Panel of the Global Fund, the Canadian Evaluation Society Ethics Guidance Working Group, and the National Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Working Group. She is a former Board Member of the International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS) representing Sub-Saharan Africa. Josephine is a Council Member of the International Evaluation Academy and the Vice President of the Uganda Evaluation Association.

Josephine has mentored a number of Young and Emerging Evaluators under the EvalYouth International Mentorship Program of EvalPartners and Search for Common Ground Global Mentorship Programme.

In 2023, Josephine received the African Evidence Leadership Award-Evidence User Category by the African Evidence Network and her Credentialed Evaluator designation by the Canadian Evaluation Society. In 2017, she was recognized by the American Evaluation Association as the most promising evaluator from developing countries.

Josephine is a PhD candidate in Programme Evaluation at the University of Cape Town.