Mwala is a social and human rights activist and holder of BSC in Natural Resources from the University of Zambia. He has over 12 years experience in forest and natural resources management, facilitation of livelihood interventions in rural communities and has actively participated in the designed and implementation of more than 20 social and economic development initiatives in Lukulu and various parts of Zambia. In Lukulu, he has had direct oversight of the Pilot Program for Climate Resilience and a Local Rights Program adequating engaging with civic and traditional leadership structures. Mwala’s strength is in design and management of development projects, development and management of communication strategies and supporting entrepreneurship efforts at small and medium scale levels as well as stakeholder management. He brings to KZF the following key skills in; Facilitation skills in participatory methodologies, Self Help Group model, community mobilisation, Social Accountability and project management.