Maluka Abdulkadir

Maluka Abdulkadir
Maluka Abdulkadir is a veteran public administrator with over eleven years of experience in the public sector. She was Mogadishu’s first female Deputy Mayor/Governor and Benadir Regional Administration. In this capacity, she has made needed governance reforms and changes; in particular, she was the architect of the advanced Benadir Regional Administration’s Public Financial Management (PFM), which resulted in a 39% revenue hike in the first six months of implementation in comparison to the previous year. In addition, from 2012 to 2017, Maluka was a principal advisor to the Office of the Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia, serving under four consecutive prime ministers. Before joining the public sector, Maluka worked in the private sector with companies such as State Street Bank and JPMorgan Chase as a senior analyst and manager in alternative investment fund administration services. Maluka also has financial modeling experience and is an International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) expert. Maluka has a Master of Science in Finance (MSF) from Brandies University a Bachelor of Arts in Economics (BA), and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics (BS) from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in the United States of America. Maluka is in charge of the Governance Reforms and Enablers Workstream of the National Economic Council.
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