Fatu Ogwuche is a highly skilled professional who plays a pivotal role in project management, capacity building, and formulating strategies for citizen engagement. Her expertise garnered significant recognition during the 2012 Ghanaian elections, where she collaborated with the African Elections Project, drawing upon her experience with new media tools from the preceding 2011 Nigerian elections.

In the 2015 elections, Fatu’s contributions were instrumental, particularly in coordinating activities in the Independent National Electoral Commission’s (INEC) Situation Room. Her exemplary leadership in this capacity led to her selection by Professor Attahiru Jega for the 2015 Elections Report Committee, further solidifying her reputation as a trusted authority in electoral processes.

Beyond her professional responsibilities, Fatu actively engages in voter education initiatives and fundraises for charitable causes, demonstrating her commitment to civic participation and social responsibility.

With a Bachelor of Law degree from the Nigerian Law School and an LLB from the University of Jos, Fatu possesses a solid academic foundation that complements her practical experience in project management and citizen engagement. Her aspirations extend to collaborating with institutions dedicated to promoting electoral processes, good governance, and democratic values across Africa.

As a Mandela Washington Fellow in 2015, Fatu had the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C., where she served as an international election observer in the November 2016 U.S. presidential election. This experience broadened her perspective and deepened her understanding of international electoral practices, further enriching her expertise in the field.

Fatu’s unwavering dedication to advancing electoral processes, coupled with her commitment to civic engagement and social justice, positions her as a formidable advocate for democratic values in Africa and beyond. Her multifaceted skill set, coupled with her passion for positive change, ensures that she remains at the forefront of efforts to promote transparency, accountability, and good governance across the continent.