Jacqueline Musiitwa

Head, Africa and Ventures Corporate Relations, Rio Tinto

BA in Political Science and International Studies, Davidson College; JD, University of Melbourne; executive education courses, Said Business School, Oxford University and Harvard Kennedy School. Thought leader, speaker and writer on African issues. Currently Chief Advisor, Corporate Relations for Africa and Venures at Rio Tinto. Formerly: Former member of the Monetary Policy Advisory Committee (Zambia), Board of Bank of Zambia and Prime Insurance. Founder and Managing Partner, Hoja Law Group, Legal Counsel and Assistant to the President and CEO at Trade and Development Bank Group, Advisor to the Director General of the World Trade Organization, Advisor to Minister of Justice (Rwanda) on legal matters related to trade, investment and regional integration; Adjunct Professor of Law, universities in the US and Rwanda. Founder, Transitional Trade, a non-profit whose mission is to promote social trade, investment and entrepreneurship in post-conflict countries and transitional communities. Desmond Tutu Fellow 2011, African Leadership Institute; Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum (2011), Mo Ibrahim Foundation Fellow (2012), Aspen Institute New Voices Fellow (2014).