Nyokabi Muhu

  • Program Coordinator, Africa, UNITED STATES
  • United States

Nyokabi joined IYF in 2017 as a Program Coordinator with the Africa team. Previously, she served as the 2016-2017 Fulbright-Clinton Public Policy Fellow with the African Union in Ethiopia. In that position she assisted in the development and harmonization of education policies throughout the African continent. She also served as the Micro-Enterprise Program Coordinator for Village HopeCore International in Kenya, where she provided financial management and business training workshops and access to extension services to assist smallholder farmers and ensure sustainability in their transition to market-oriented agricultural producers. Nyokabi holds a B.A. in sociology from the University of California Riverside and a dual master’s degree in Public Administration (MPA) and International Relations (MAIR) from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Her studies included interning with UNICEF in Geneva, Switzerland, and culminated in conducting a mapping and assessment of private sector engagement in Nigeria. Nyokabi is passionate about capacity building and youth empowerment.

Facts About Nyokabi Muhu
  • Languages: English, Swahili
  • Country of birth United States
  • Hobbies: Traveling, reading, and zumba fitness