Marggie Peters Muhika
Marggie Peters Muhika is an international development practitioner with experience working across diverse socio-political contexts in Africa. She specializes in labor rights, international trade, democracy, and governance.
She is currently the Deputy Director for Africa at the American Center for International Labor Solidarity (Solidarity Center) where she leads program strategy and design, policy and legislative analysis, managing of partners/stakeholder relationships, fundraising, grants management and diplomatic outreach.
Before her current role, Marggie was the Country Director for East and Horn of Africa at the Solidarity Center, where she led work in three of the most complex countries in the region - Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya.
Additionally, she previously worked for the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) in Kenya and later at the FES Trade Union Competence Center (FES TUCC) for Sub-Saharan Africa based in South Africa.
She is a master in management of development graduate from the International Training Center of the ILO (ITCILO) in Turin, Italy and is currently pursuing an M.Sc. in Global Public Policy at the SOAS, University of London.