Sr. Mumbi Kigutha, a member of the Sisters of the Precious Blood - Ohio, was born and raised in Kenya. Currently, she is based in Chicago, Illinois, as a part-time international consultant for the reconciliation and social cohesion department of the Jesuit Refugee Services.

She has worked with diverse vulnerable populations, including with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the United Nations Population Fund, and the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. In addition to a Master of Business Administration in marketing, Sister Mumbi earned a Master of Arts in justice ministry and a certificate in pastoral ministry at Catholic Theological Union. Her theological interests center around womanist, Black and Africana subjects.

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