A researcher, policy analyst and advocacy strategist interested in and working on understanding the unfolding impacts of ICT adoption and how those impact governance, innovation, entrepreneurship and societal culture, with a keen focus on gender implications. Currently leads policy advocacy to promote digital equality in access to and use of the web at the World Wide Web Foundation.
Chairperson and Executive Director of Ramani Life Group.
An outstanding career in Journalism with Reuters Television, the Voice of America, the BBC World Service, and Citizen TV.
2017 Boehm Media Fellow & Bloomberg Africa Leadership Initiative Media Fellow, 2015 Archbishop Desmond Tutu Fellow of the African Leadership Institute.
Dr. Collins Odote
An advocate of the High Court of Kenya and a Senior Lecturer in
Law at the University of Nairobi. Director of the Centre for Advanced Studies in
Environmental Law and Policy (CASELAP). Dr. Odote is a governance expert, skilled
process facilitator, and public thought leader, and is passionate about young people and their role in society.
Sunny is Kenya's renowned business advisor, writer, educator, and public speaker. Sunny runs 'Fast Forward', a leadership development program. He is also a member of the Advisory Board at the Strathmore Business School. Sunny is a weekly columnist on the Sunday Nation and the author of 'Crown your Customer', 'The Peculiar Kenyan' and 'The Bigger Deal'.
Fatuma is the founder and Executive Director of HODI Africa, a non-governmental organization that carries out development programs in the Horn of Africa through football for peace & women empowerment. Fatuma is the winner of the 2011 Stuttgart Peace Prize award, as well as the 2018 Zuri Awards winner in the Innovation Category.
Joseph Mathenge is the Chief Operating Officer at Serianu Limited. Joseph is a certified security professional as well as holds a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in High Tech Crime investigations from the University of George Washington in Washington DC. He serves on the National Kenya Computer Incident Response team sponsored by CAK.
Catherine is an Executive Director at NIC Securities. She has previously served on the Board of Kenya Association of Stocker Brokers and Investment Bank. Catherine holds a BSc. Information Systems from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), and an MBA concentration in Finance from the University of Baltimore and has completed a law degree from the University of Nairobi.