Dr. Nalule is a lawyer and holder of a PhD in International Energy Law and Policy. She offers extensive experience in the Energy and Mining sectors having worked with various organisations including assignments for: The Queen Mary University of London (EU-Energy project); The Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment in New York (Negotiation Support Portal project); the Energy department of the East African Community Secretariat (EAC) in Tanzania ; the University of Dundee in Scotland; the Southern African Development Community (SADC) in Botswana; Extractive Resource Hub in the UK and the Energy Charter Secretariat in Belgium. She has also worked with both the private and public legal sectors of Uganda including Kakuru & Co. Advocates and the Anti-Corruption Court of Uganda.
Victoria is the founder and Executive Director of The African Energy and Minerals Management Initiative (AEMI), an NGO aimed at among others reaching out to artisanal miners. She is also the founder and CEO of NEM a consultancy firm dealing in energy and mining. Victoria is also an author, her latest book being “Energy Poverty and Access Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Regionalism.” She also has an upcoming book on Mining and the law in Africa.