Muthinzi has over six years of experience working on women’s issues, democracy and governance, and sexual and gender-based violence. She previously worked at the Education Center for Women in Democracy Kenya as a program officer in the democracy and governance department. Prior to that, she worked as a program intern at Lea-Toto in Kawangware under Nyumbani Children’s Home advocating for HIV/AIDS children and vulnerable people. She also serves as a member of the board of directors of Watoto Watch Network.
Muthinzi holds a master’s degree in strategic management from Daystar University, a Bachelor of Arts degree in community development and peace studies from Daystar University, and a diploma in human resource management at St. Paul’s University. She is fluent in English, Swahili, and Kamba.