Rakai Resources’ management is led by Mr. Stephen Burega, CEO & President and Mr. Garry Stock, CFO.

With longstanding relationships with strategic partners in exploration, development, commodities and investment banking, and a global network of industry professionals, advisors, and service providers available, Rakai’s management is well position to lead the development of new and innovative approaches in the resource sector in Uganda.

And this team is greatly augmented by a group of professionals with deep experience in international social betterment programming in Uganda and East Africa at large.

There is untold potential to be generated by this uncommon collaboration, bringing about a new implementation approach to each of Rakai Resources projects. Rakai Resources aims to position itself in a leadership role in the ever growing mining sector to effect positive change where support and innovation are seriously needed.

Stephen Burega


  • Senior management and member of Board of Directors with variety of publically traded/private mining companies
  • Focus on corporate development, communications,
  • indigenous engagements and social development/social investment
  • 15+ years global experience in corporate
  • communications and government relations spanning both national and international projects/initiatives
  • Former consultant to the BC Center for Excellence in
  • HIV/AIDS and international AIDS Society.
  • Fluent in English and French

Garry Stock


  • Focus on corporate finance and jurisdictional operations
  • 15+ Years of global experience in the junior resource industry, 8 years Finance
  • Senior roles in corporate finance and accounting
  • Extensive experience in investor relations, project management and administration within international and multi-jurisdictional frameworks.
  • CFA, and a BS in Economics

Dennis Willms


  • Founder, Salama SHIELD Foundation, not-for-profit non-government organization (NGO) registered in Canada, Malawi, and Uganda
  • Medical anthropologist with 35 plus years research and development experience in Sub-Saharan Africa primarily in the conceptualization, construction, implementation, and evaluation of culturally compelling HIV and AIDS interventions
  • Retired Associate Professor of Medical Anthropology –McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada