The 25 women awardees have been selected from an initial nomination list of 157 equally worthy candidates.
History has recorded extraordinary feats accomplished by women leaders in government and the private sector.
Road crashes and deaths are a grim daily reality all over the world.
Until the war in Tigray started in November 2020, Ethiopia was a favoured investment destination.
In her current role as the Global communications Director at Amref Health Africa, Lizz Ntonjira has spearheaded some remarkable advocacy campaigns that have led to both social behaviour changes.
Alice Kilonzo-Zulu bears the responsibility for ensuring compliance with local legal and regulatory requirements and serves as the spokesperson for all Ecobank matters in Rwanda.
Ms Kimemia Nechi has extensive experience in general management, with a track record of set up and building sustainable businesses with specialisation in wealth management and working with high-net worth clients.
Since Rebecca Miano’s appointment to the helm of KenGen in 2017, the seasoned corporate lawyer has proven her prowess as a corporate strategist and savvy business leader.
Patricia Ithau has worked with consumer brands including Unilever, Diageo/East Africa Breweries Limited and French personal care company, LÓreal.
A devoted people leader and a community- centric social entrepreneur, Teresa Njoroge has passionately been advocating for the rights of children of imprisoned parents, youth and women impacted by the Criminal Justice system.