Alpha Kasiita was born on 19 August 1992 in Masaka District. His mother Lilian Nakiryoowa was also a teacher, while his father Elias Kasiita was a businessman. After her parents passed away, she and her younger sister were raised by her maternal grandmother Agnes Nakimera, a retired elementary school teacher who instilled in her a passion for teaching.

Alpha had a busy but very happy childhood. From a young age she was fascinated by the idea of ​​transmitting knowledge to others. He has always loved reading books and listening to cultural radio programs and information on world events. He received his primary education at the "St. Gemma Girls Primary School ”. He then attended the "Kabuwoko C / U Secondary School" high school. Subsequently she enrolled at the "Makerere University" where she acquired a degree in Science of Education (BAED).

After graduating, she worked at the "ULi" Linguistic Institute as an instructor and assistant administrator, where she taught English and Luganda (the Ugandan language), also dealing with the management of enrollment at the Institute and secretarial work and finance. Later he worked at Mityana's "Mijja College" as a class teacher and as a tutor for other teachers. In 2016 she moved to Rwanda where she worked at a missionary school in Kigali as an elementary teacher. Since 2017 she has been working as a teacher in the Elementary School "Deborah Ricciu - Expand Horizons" of Kibiri (Kampala, Uganda).

Alpha is a great lover of reading but she also likes to write stories and poems that she would like to see published to reach a wider audience and perhaps positively influence the lives of many children. His dream is to take care of the education of the most disadvantaged children using all his knowledge.