Prior to her current role, Anne Muraya was also the first female East Africa Audit Leader and Managing Director for Responsible Business and Public Policy for Africa.
With a strong track record in providing exceptional client service to EY clients and growing the EY business, Nancy Muhoya is highly respected in the East African business ecosystem.
Absa Bank Kenya PLC is a strong advocate of business practices that support MSMEs to address the unique cash flow challenges they face.
In her tenure at the Bank, Annastacia Kimtai has championed financial inclusion for customers at the bottom of the pyramid by developing products and services to serve this niche.
Among her peers, Kathure Nyamu is a respected specialist in mergers and acquisitions, privatizations, valuations and finance raising.
Jane Karuku oversaw a remarkable recovery in EABL’s financial and operational performance in 2021 after a contraction in 2020 attributable to Covid-19 related restrictions and curfews.
Nancy Matimu has focused on evolving the work-ethic and organizational culture using cross leadership framework.
During her tenure as CEO at the EADB, Vivienne Yeda has been passionate about social and economic development and is involved in the coordination and allocation of significant resources to various development initiatives in the East African member states.
Without a doubt, KEPSA is where it is today thanks to Carole Kariuki’s singular leadership style and poise.
Lina Githuka's successful stint at KWAL builds on her strong track record in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector.