Grace

Grace is an accomplished entrepreneur who served as a Member of Zambia Parliament from 2006 to 2009. Raised in a family of two brother and five sisters in Lusaka, Zambia, Grace is an enthusiastic and active member of the community who is strongly committed to an equal and fair society for all. She has held several prominent national leadership positions including Deputy Minister of Home affairs and led significant initiatives for the betterment of the country.

Grace has proven she is a formidable business woman holding notable high-level positions from Interim President of The Women’s Investments Network Ltd, Chairperson of The Zambia Israeli Initiative, Vice Secretary General of Association of Zambian Women in Mining and CEO of Luwi Investments Ltd. Her dynamic career culminated in her being nominated for the prestigious Women Entrepreneur of the Year Award by the Zambian Federation Association of Women in Business in 2013.

Luwi Investment Limited has a small scale prospecting and mining license which is its first priority. Luwi Investment Limited has been participating in trade fairs together with Zambian Development Agency for the past 15 years. Luwi Investment Limited has come to realize the importance of participating in mining sector of this country, as the government is encouraging women and Zambians as a whole to be part of the an wavering economy of our great nation Zambia.

Most recently Grace Njapau has gone on to represent Zambia internationally within Global Development Forums including Petitioner on decolonization debate at the United Nations in Fourth Committee in New York in 2017 and Guest speaker on women and youth empowerment at the Crans Montana Forum, Morocco 2018.