Christine Lwanga immigrated to Canada in 1989. She and her family (spouse – Steven and six children) have lived in Saskatchewan since. Christine is a Social Worker by profession and has been active in both the immigrant and the larger Canadian community, as a human rights and community development worker and volunteer. She served as a Human Rights Commissioner for Saskatchewan from 1994-2003 and has served on Boards of various community organizations in Saskatoon, Regina and at provincial level. Christine is one of the founding members of Saskatchewan African Canadian Heritage Museum’s (SACHM); she served as a Co-Chair of this organization until 2008. She is SACHM’s Coordinator for the Diversity Legacy Project: Honouring Tree Committee.