Nwamaka Agbo is the New Economy Innovation Fellow for Movement Strategy Center, bringing over 10 years of experience working on social and economic justice issues and campaigns that help support the sustainable and equitable development of thriving and prosperous communities. Most recently, as the Director of Programs at EcoDistricts, Nwamaka led Target Cities – a pilot program designed to support 11 innovative neighborhoods in nine cities across North America in applying the EcoDistricts Global Protocol to help accelerate and achieve their district-scale sustainability goals. As the Director of Programs at Transform Finance, Nwamaka helped to design and launch the inaugural Transform Finance Institute for Social Justice leaders. The Institute was created to educate and train social justice community leaders about how to best leverage impact investments to deepen their social impact for transformative social change. Prior to that, Nwamaka worked at the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights for over six years in a range of positions spanning from Policy Director,to Campaign Director and Deputy Director. During her tenure at the Ella Baker Center, Nwamaka helped to support the launch of the Oakland Green Jobs Corp and later went on to develop the organization’s Oakland-based Soul of the City civic engagement campaign.