Ms. Mavuti is a practicing advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a member of the Law Society of Kenya and the East African Law Society as well as a member of the Association of Women in Energy and Extractives in Kenya. She holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from the University of Nairobi, a Postgraduate Diploma in Law (P.G. Dip) from the Kenya School of Law, a Master of Laws (LL.M) in Oil & Gas Law from the University of Aberdeen and is currently undertaking her Ph.D in Law at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Ms. Mavuti has had previous experience in different areas of law including energy, oil and gas, environmental, property law, corporate and commercial law. Ms. Mavuti is the current Acting Director of the Strathmore Extractives Industry Centre (SEIC), housed at the Strathmore Law School. SEIC is a semi-autonomous research centre involved in evidence based and impact driven research, capacity building, policy development and stakeholder engagement in Africa’s extractives industry. SEIC hosts the Extractives Baraza (EB) (www.extractives-bazara.com), a multi-sector advocacy-neutral public-interest platform that promotes transparency and evidence based stakeholder dialogue in the extractives sector in Kenya. The EB aims to facilitate access to information and foster meaningful stakeholder engagement towards achieving good governance in Kenya’s extractives sector. Her work centers on gender in the extractives sector, local content, petroleum revenue management, transparency and accountability, business and human rights, youth and innovation as well as grievance management within the extractives sector.
Ag. Director Strathmore Extractives Industry Centre (SEIC)
LL.B, P.G. Dip (KSL), LL.M