Tutu Alicante is the Founder and Executive Director of EG Justice. Previously, he served as a consultant for international NGOs promoting transparency and accountability in the extractive industry.
In an earlier career, as an Equal Justice Works fellow, Tutu worked as an employment attorney with the Southern Migrant Legal Services, where he represented migrant farmworkers from the Americas.
A native of Equatorial Guinea, Tutu frequently guest lectures on socio-political affairs in his native country and Africa, human rights law, rule of law, transparency and strategic litigation against kleptocracy.
Tutu holds a Masters in Law degree from Columbia Law School, and Juris Doctor and B.A. degrees from the University of Tennessee. He has written for the Washington Post, The Guardian, The Economist, among other influential outlets, and has led the way in pushing back against one of the most oppressive and longest-ruling dictatorships in the world.
Follow him on Twitter: @TutuAlicante.