Grace Mlumun Igyo, MBA(USW), ChMC attended the University of Jos, Plateau State Nigeria. She was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2003. She made a foray into Private practice where she was involved in active legal practice for a number of years in Kaduna state. She served as the Secretary of the Prison Decongestion Committee set up by the Kaduna State Government in 2006 to decongest the prisons in Kaduna state.
She thereafter worked at the National Secretariat of the People’s Democratic Party as the Executive Assistant to the National Legal Adviser. She has also been a part time lecturer at the Benue State polytechnic, Abuja Study Centre where she taught Law of Contract and Administrative Law.
She joined the Nigerian Bar Association team in 2011 and has worked and headed different departments of the organization. She is currently the Head of Legal Services Department which responsible for managing and overseeing the processing of all complaints addressed to the NBA relating to the professional conduct of all Legal Practitioners in Nigeria.
She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Mediation and Conciliation.
She also belongs to the following professional bodies, Nigerian Bar Association, Africa Women Lawyers Association, International Bar Association and Common Wealth Lawyers Association.
She has a certificate in Events Management and Communications from Hundfold Global, South Africa.
She has a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of South Wales, United Kingdom