Albert Mulli

Head of Conflict and Peacebuilding

Albert has over 12 years of experience in conflict and political economy analysis, and stabilization and peacebuilding policy and programming.

Prior to joining Bodhi, Albert was the Peace Responsiveness Advisor at Interpeace, where he advised UN agencies (FAO, ILO, and IOM) and donor governments (ECHO, Denmark) on strategies and processes for integrating conflict sensitivity and peacebuilding into their humanitarian and development programmes.

Before that, Albert worked for eight years as a Conflict Adviser in the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (FCDO) and Department for International Development (DFID) in Pakistan, Myanmar, Libya, and South Sudan, where he led complex, systems-based conflict and political economy analyses and research projects. At FCDO/DFID Albert also provided conflict advice to Ambassadors and Ministers, and was responsible for designing and managing complex, large-scale UK peacebuilding and governance programmes.

Prior to joining DFID, Albert worked as a Deputy Camp Manager in South Sudan and as a Peacebuilding Programme Manager in Kenya and Uganda.

Albert has an MA in International Affairs from the Graduate Institute in Geneva and a BA in Political Science and Latin American Studies from Vassar College in the USA.