Dr. Nnamdi Ndubuka, is a public health physician working in northern Saskatchewan for almost a decade. He is an associate professor at the college of medicine, University of Saskatchewan and adjunct professor at school of public health, University of Saskatchewan. He is the national president of the Canadian Association of Nigerian Physicians and Dentists (CANPAD).
Dr. Ndubuka is an advocate of social determinants of health, anti-Black racism, quality improvement, equity, diversity and inclusivity. He has an active interest in leadership, governance, research and sporting activities. He is actively engaged in the development of his local community through volunteer activities and continues to encourage the Black community to be engage in local, regional and provincial politics.
He has served as Board member in various professional and not-for-profit organizations. Dr. Ndubuka is the past president of Rotary Club of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and two-time recipient of Rotary International Paul Harris Award. In 2018, he received the Rotary International Presidential Citation Award for outstanding leadership and service above self. He has served on the Prince Albert City Council Community Advisory Committee. As an avid sports lover and soccer coach, he has been serving as a Board member and President of the Prince Albert Youth Soccer Association since 2018. He has played a key role in promoting soccer as a tool for positive youth development and social empowerment. He continues to promote the advancement of Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and Canada.