Jacqueline Musiitwa is an international trade lawyer representing investors interested in cross-border investments and governments in improving their business environment. Jacqueline's research interests include economic diplomacy between China and Africa, environmental, social and governance performance of Chinese companies abroad and media perception of China. She has published and spoken widely on China-Africa matters in main-stream media. In addition to working as a lawyer in private practice, she has worked in various leadership capacities for the World Trade Organization, International Finance Corporation, Trade and Development Bank Group and Rio Tinto. She is a member of the International Rescue Committee UK board and has served on the boards of various institutions across Africa. Lastly, she’s a Cybersecurity fellow at New America Foundation. She has a Juris Doctor from the Melbourne Law School at the University of Melbourne and a Bachelor of Arts from Davidson College.