Nicholas is Research Lead, Community Knowledge Worker initiative; he oversees all aspects of research design, implementation for the CKW initiative, and reporting of the research findings for GF's internal use and to external partners. Nicholas holds an advanced Masters of Sciences in Development Evaluation and Management from the Institute of Development Policy and Management (IOB), University of Antwerp Belgium. Nicholas holds a Masters of Arts in Sociology and Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences from Makerere University. He was a lecturer at Makerere University in the department of Sociology and Anthropology. He has experience in the health sector, having worked with the Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI) at Mulago as a Distance Learning Officer and a Professional Development Programs Officer.
In addition, Nicholas has vast experience in social research and monitoring and evaluation of projects, having worked as a freelance consultant with several organizations such as PriceWaterHouseCoopers, Straight Talk Foundation, World Vision, AMREF Uganda, Diversity Consults Uganda, and Devman Research Consults. Nicholas is hilarious, likes making friends, very adventurous and a lover of nature. In his free time he engages in nature walks, going to the theatre, especially comical plays, play with toddlers, listening to gospel music, watching wrestling, footballer and boxing. He does a lot of reading, especially people's autobiographies, success books, and inspirational literature.