A multinational team with a broad range of skills and experience.
Mungi’s work has centred on Middle East peace and conflict resolution, the advancement of the rights of women and girls, and the philosophy of ‘Ubuntu’ in partnership with a range of international organisations and initiatives.
Mungi has deep operational and programmatic experience with start-ups, NGOs and campaigns, with a wide range of experience in writing, strategy, and program and event management. She has a keen interest in interpersonal communication and the effect that has on individuals, teams, their work and their greater impact on humanity.
Most recently she was Senior Business Operations Manager at Impactive, a digital outreach and engagement tool whose mission is to promote voter participation and civic engagement within progressive and Democratic campaigns and organisations. In this role she was responsible for streamlining and scaling processes for the 2020 U.S. election and supporting a post-2020 rebrand.
Prior to Impactive, she was campaign coordinator for a national and bipartisan campaign, Millions of Conversations, aimed at tackling Islamophobia and discrimination in the U.S. She is passionate about human rights, a woman’s right to choose, protection of refugees, and the liberation of the Palestinian people.
Mungi previously served on the board of the Desmond and Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation (DLTLF) and is currently a Patron for the Tutu Foundation UK (TFUK). She is author of Everyday Ubuntu and hosted a podcast of the same name.
She graduated from the American University’s School of International Service in 2015 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Studies with a focus on Peace, Global Security and Conflict Resolution in the Middle East. Mungi has a Master’s in International Studies and Diplomacy from the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.