Frank Alfred Mwine ’67

Frank Alfred Mwine ’67, J.D., died in Los Angeles on February, 23, 2016. He came to college from Mbarara, Uganda. He majored in government and participated in Glee Club and Phi Tau. He earned his J.D. from Harvard Law School. In 1970 he started working at the World Bank in Washington, D.C., rising through the ranks to become division chief for Africa in the legal department. In 1987 Frank left to join the Uganda Commercial Bank as the chairman and managing director. The bank expanded from 60 to 180 branches. In the early 1990s he opened a management and financial services consulting firm in Kampala, Uganda, specializing in development projects. He is survived by children Ntare, Wamara, Kasasira and Saba.


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