Njeri Muturi has over eight years of experience working on social development issues of the 21st century at local, national and international level. She has worked in organizations such as the Aga Khan Foundation,Amref Health Africa, Volunteer Service Oversees, and Points of Light Foundation. Additionally , she has worked on projects funded by the European Union, DFID, written grants and raised funds.More recently, she has been working on issues pertaining sustainable development goals in Africa and Latin America at the United Nations.
In 2019, she was recognized and awarded by the American Council on Education Women’s Network as an emerging woman leader in higher education.
Njeri holds a Bachelor degree in Social Work and Criminology and a Masters degree in Public and International Affairs. She is an alumna fellow of Atlas Corps, American Express Leadership Academy and Starting Bloc.
She has been at the forefront in championing for youth empowerment and public policy implementation, while ensuring that all actions are integrated towards achieving sustainable development.
Njeri has a passion in volunteering when she is free, reading, writing,and playing tennis. She enjoys social gatherings and meeting new people.