Njambi comes to RAN as a seasoned non-profit leader with 20+ years of experience designing and implementing successful advocacy campaigns. She has most recently worked as an independent non-profit consultant supporting strategic planning, campaign creation, and organizing projects with various national and global non-profits. Before diving into consulting, Njambi worked as an executive at the National Audubon Society, managing their western region and leading state climate campaigning and legislative work. While at Audubon, she also held the role of interim Chief EDI officer.

Prior to her work at Audubon, Njambi was the Deputy Executive Director for Amnesty International USA (AIUSA), focused on campaigns and organizing. Under her leadership, AIUSA began piloting corporate campaigning as a tactic. Prior to that, during Njambi’s tenure as Grassroots and Digital Engagement Director at Greenpeace USA, she led a variety of global campaign teams focused on corporate targets. And, under Njambi’s leadership as Chief Strategy Officer/ Deputy Executive Director at Save the Bay, the organization successfully fought off a Cargill-supported bay-fill development in Redwood City, CA.