Nse Ufot's life and career have been dedicated to working on various civil, human, and workers rights issues; as the Executive Director of the New Georgia Project, she is proud to lead the organization to its goal of strengthening the state's democracy by registering and engaging roughly 1,000,000 eligible, but unregistered African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans by the end of the decade. ↵↵Prior to joining the New Georgia Project, Ms. Ufot worked as the Assistant Executive Director for the Canadian Association of University Teachers, Canada's largest faculty union and she was the Senior Lobbyist and Government Relations Officer for the American Association of University Professors where she coordinated initiatives for mobilizing members around legislation and regulations that impacted higher education and labor law. ↵↵Ms. Ufot, a proud naturalized citizen, was born in Nigeria and raised in Southwest Atlanta. Nsé enjoys international travel, listening and playing music from the African Diaspora, and hosting house parties for close friends and family. She is also fluent in French, English, Sarcasm, Profanity, and Gwapanese.