Implementing an innovative hub-and-spoke system has ingeniously streamlined Food for Education's operations, creating a central hub for meal preparation and subsequently ensuring the seamless distribution of the meals to schools.
Joyner delights in giving young ladies within and outside her profession career guidance and support through shared experiences and linkages with opportunities and networks.
Globally recognised for her contributions, Esther earned the rare distinction of being the second woman in sub-Saharan Africa to attain Fellow (FCIM) status from the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) in the UK.
Since joining APA Life Assurance, Ms Karimi has taken charge of spearheading the digital transformation of the company, fostering a culture of innovation and broadening market reach into emerging sectors.
Transitioning from writing to managerial roles at Nation Media Group (NMG), Dr Njoki Chege not only assumed editorial responsibilities but also became an integral part of some innovative projects such as the Nation Lifestyle Project
Ms Waweru’s professional footprint spans offices across Africa and the Middle East, from Nairobi (Kenya), to Lusaka (Zambia), to Cape Town (South Africa), and Dubai.
Being a CEO comes with many rewards but also many challenges. Transitioning from being a hands-on entrepreneur, who drives everything and controls all decision-making, to becoming a true leader has been Wandia's greatest challenge.
Flora Mutahi’s journey, from founding and leading the largest natural-flavoured tea company in Kenya to her various board positions, reflects a remarkable career path built on innovation, strategic leadership and impactful social initiatives
During the last 8 years of her career, Ms Ithau dedicated her efforts to pioneering new ventures and expanding horizons.
From the inception of Dentsu Kenya, formerly known as Carat, in 2010, Samantha's journey has been an inspiring tale of growth and transformation.