Currently the Head of Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), Mithika Mwenda has distinguished himself as a strategic thinker, dynamic, consummate networker and team builder, with wide experience working and catalyzing transformative change in communities, civil society and other sectors he has worked. Before leading PACJA as a formidable movement on climate justice across the African continent, Mwenda was working with All African Conference of Churches where his mandate was to help faith communities to understand the moral obligation of the religious sector to demand action on climate change. Previously before joining climate advocacy at the Climate Network Africa as Programme Officer, He was actively involved in pro-Democracy and Governance movement that was agitating for expanded democracy in his country, which engineered the promulgation of one of the most celebrated people-driven Constitutions in the world. He studied in Moi University where he was a student Leader, before joining Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology for post-graduate studies in Public Policy Analysis.