Savior Mwambwa is the Tax Power Campaign Manager for ActionAid International. He has previously worked as the Policy and Advocacy Manager at the Tax Justice Network-Africa (TJN-A) a Nairobi-based Pan-African grouping of NGOs that seeks to promote socially just, taxation systems in Africa, as well as advocating for pro-poor tax regimes and the strengthening of tax regimes to promote domestic resource mobilization.
Mr Mwambwa has also worked in Zambia as Executive Director of the Centre for Trade Policy and Development (CTPD), a national NGO network, where he led an OECD complaint against Glencore and its Zambian mining subsidiary for violations of the OECD Guidelines for MNEs and Tax Administrations. He has also given evidence before the UK parliamentary committee on International Development on tax and development and lobbied European MPs on Controlled Foreign Companies rules.
Mr Mwambwa has an undergraduate qualification in Development Studies from the University of Zambia and a postgraduate qualification in International Trade Law and Trade Policy from Lund University (Sweden) and the Trade Policy Training Centre in Africa (TRAPCA) in Tanzania.