Nzembi focuses on stakeholder engagement and communications, research and project management at the Extractives Baraza and the Strathmore Extractives Industry Centre (SEIC). She serves as a member of the Technical Committee for the Africa Regional Extractive Industries Knowledge Hub (AFREIKH). She has knowledge and experience in research, environmental law, youth and innovation in the energy and extractives sector, human rights law, legal reform and policy advocacy.
Nzembi has advocated for victims of human rights violations, participated in community mobilization and contributed to international solidarity campaigns on human rights. Having worked in government and civil society, she has authored various reports, articles and advisories which have been presented at international conferences, before Parliament and the Department of Justice in Kenya. She holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from Moi University and a Post-graduate diploma from the Kenya School of Law.
Latest Published Book Chapters: ‘Powering Action Towards Energising African Cities Sustainably: Perspectives from Kenya’ & ‘Contextualising Waste Management Operations Towards Low-Carbon African Cities’