Gerri Nakirigya Lutaaya is a young, nonprofit professional determined to lead boldly and contribute to the development of inclusive and diverse spaces that allows all individuals to live their most authentic lives.
In her current role with the Environics Institute, Gerri is responsible for widely sharing the research findings from the Black Experience Project with key community organizations, governments, individuals and stakeholders across the GTA.
Gerri has a Master of Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership degree from Carleton University and was a 2016 Fellow in the Inclusion and Philanthropy program.
Canadian by birth with strong ties to her Ugandan heritage, Gerri is proud to belong to the Ngonge clan within the Buganda kingdom.
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