Bwalya Natasha Musoma-Mutumba began her career working in the private sector as an assistant to the managing director of a signage company. In 2012, she joined the NGO world working for the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection, where she served as an information officer and subsequently as a programme officer of the social and economic development programme. During this time, she attended training on social accountability offered by the Public Service Accountability Monitor at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. In 2015, Bwalya joined ActionAid as the campaigns officer on tax justice. She is responsible for developing and delivering activities as part of the Tax Justice campaign to promote progressive and equitable tax reform in Zambia. Her work also entails raising awareness and support to combat tax avoidance and evasion both in Europe and the global South. She has also been involved in several campaign initiatives across the ActionAid federation, which covers 45 countries, with 26 countries participating in the Tax Power campaign. She has worked on tax justice advocacy and participated in lobbying activities for the implementation of progressive tax policies. She has participated in exhibitions such as the tax fair, road shows and the commercial and agricultural show that provide platforms to campaign on tax and mobilize support for fairer taxes. She is married with one adorable little girl. She is a very social person and loves meeting people. Bwalya holds a BA from the University of Zambia, with a double major in Library and Information Science and Development Studies.