In July 2020, Caroline Mukiira was appointed as the first-ever female General Manager for IBM in East Africa. As the Regional General Manager for IBM East Africa, Caroline is responsible for IBM sales, marketing, services, and global delivery operations across eight countries.
Risper Genga Ohaga is a seasoned professional with over 20 years’ experience spanning multiple countries. She joined EABL from Barclays Africa Group (now Absa Group) where she spent 12 years in senior roles, starting as the Regional Director for Audit based in Nairobi, before moving to Johannesburg as the Managing Director for Internal Audit.
Racey Muchilwa, President and Head of Novartis SSA, won the category of exemplary leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic, an award that recognizes women from businesses globally who are leading with passion and impact during this Covid-19 pandemic.
Caroline Ndungu is a dynamic leader adept in managing accounts, collaborating with stakeholders, negotiating with vendors, and assuring service excellence. She is an expert in business development, portfolio management, budgeting and auditing, and document management.
Prof. Margaret Kobia was appointed to Cabinet in January 2018 to serve in the Ministry of Public Service, Youth and Gender. Widely referred to as “the guru of public service”, she provides policy direction and leadership to the Ministry’s mandate that includes public service reforms, transformation and service delivery; and gender equality and women empowerment programming.
Edith Chumba's banking style is underpinned on her passion for service excellence and has anchored most of the business decisions on customer feedback. The bank is committed to building a service culture that is focused on addressing client needs.