Donna Kakonge assisted in teaching the graduate students at Carleton University in Ottawa and third-year journalism students. She received a Bachelor of Journalism degree from this school with an award funded by former Canadian Senator Pamela Wallin. She assisted and also had sole-responsibility classes taught at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda and Concordia University in Montréal. She speaks and writes French fluently. She taught journalism at the University of Guelph-Humber and Humber College. She taught The Broadcasting Industry and Online Marketing at Trebas Institute, as well as Skills for College English at George Brown College. Other teaching experiences include the day programs in Seneca College’s and Centennial College’s journalism programs with combined university degrees from York University and the University of Toronto Scarborough campuses respectively. She taught Dramatic Writing at Ryerson University’s Chang School of Continuing Education. Recently she taught Magazine Journalism and Journalism Career Management with Centennial College. Both courses were taught online. She worked as a Senior Facilitator with Hetta Institute. In the fall of 2011, she taught five sections of Global Citizenship with Centennial College. Donna was a Course Developer for a Proposal Writing in Adult Education course with Yorkville University. Donna works as an Academic Advisor at OISE | University of Toronto, a Teaching Assistant with the Department of Arts and Culture with the University of Toronto, a Teaching Assistant with the University of Toronto Mississauga campus and was a former Instructor with the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies and taught Self-Publishing Around the World. Donna helped to build the curriculum for Metro College of Technology in Toronto for a Paralegal course. She currently is a Homework Expert for her own business.