Charlotte Natukunda holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree from Makerere University, Uganda. In 2019, she authored her first book, “Chosen” and also graduated from Harvest Institute. Currently, she is pursuing her Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the Law Development Center. She is very passionate about leadership as a means of building her community and contribution to the Africa we want.
She has thus dedicated her professional journey, right from childhood to better her surrounding by weaving a leadership career and empowering other members of society including the youth, women and children while bolstering community engagement for enhanced livelihoods.
The magnitude of her experience from working with various organizations including student associations and the East African Community has set her on a journey of honing personal development and that of other young people. As a Pan-Africanist she strongly believes in cultural exchange, civic activism, international relations and is deliberate, fair and fearless on issues pertaining human rights.
Working with LéO Africa Institute is therefore a channel for her to harness this potential towards social transformation. As the Communications and Partnership Coordinator, she is responsible for implementing the communication strategy, promoting the Institute’s visibility, document Institutional learning and build strategic partnerships.