Pastor Noah Baalessanvu

Founder and Head of Technology, Savannah Group

Pastor Noah Baalessanvu

Noah is married to Rachel Arinda Baalessanvu and together they are blessed with two daughters - Amanda, Zoe, a son, Zion and many spiritual children.

The couple joined Worship Harvest in 2008 and served in the Connection Department. In 2010, they were invited to the Eldership of Worship Harvest Ministries where they serve to date. Two years later, Noah & Rachel planted Worship Harvest Kitukutwe and serve as location pastors.

In the marketplace, Noah has extensive experience in the technology space. Trained as an Electrical Engineer at Makerere, he has over 7 years’ experience in the Telecommunications sector. He has over 17 years’ experience in the cyber security space and over 3 years’ experience in Civic technology.

He served as the founding partner at Computer Forensics Consult a Cyber Security consultancy firm which was the pioneer digital forensics firm in East Africa in 2004. His role in the consulting field has gained him vast experience in Telecoms Cyber Security, digital forensics, risk and compliance consultancy and cyber insurance.

He currently serves on the National Information Security Advisory Group (NISAG) as the Chairman.

In addition to his cyber security portfolio, Noah is also the Founder and Head of Technology at Savannah Group: a digital transformation group of companies invested in Technology, Finance, Agriculture, Consulting, Entertainment and Electric Mobility. He is a founding member and serves on the Board of the Blockchain Association of Uganda. Noah also serves as an expert on the National Taskforce on the Fourth Industrial Revolution and is a Board Member of the Global Digital Asset and Cryptocurrency Association based in Chicago, USA.

He was also recently appointed as an ambassador at the Global Business Blockchain Council (GBBC), an arm of the World Economic Forum.


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