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Women voices: Winnie Byanyima

"World leaders have made big promises to vaccinate the world, yet they have failed to deliver on all promises. Instead, they allowed pharmaceutical companies to deprioritise poor countries in vaccine allocation. That's why we have vaccine apartheid," said Winnie Byanyima, the Executive Director of UNAIDS. "We need a new paradigm that rests on sharing the technology and know-how of vaccine manufacturing around the world, we need action, not promises."


Remembering the Giriama Super Woman: Mekatilili Wa Menza

Mekatilili would move from town to town on foot, performing the famous traditional Giriama funeral dance Kifudu dance which would cultivate a sense of community cohesion in the times of loss.


First Lady Margaret Kenyatta launches Girl Guide Centenary Celebrations

“Since its inception in 1922, the girl guides and girl scouts association has expanded it’s amazing work and it’s reach within Kenya. As a country, we are indebted to the association for the lengths to which you go to invest in young girls.”


Debra Mallowah appointed as new Vice-President for East and Central Africa by Coca-Cola

“Debra is a highly accomplished leader with experience gained with leading multi-national organizations. She has a strong track record of driving growth and is a versatile leader with deep understanding of customers and markets in Sub-Saharan Africa.”


EABL’s Ednah Otieno appointed as HR Director for Diageo

“Ednah is a consummate professional with an enviable track record, and I’m sure that she’s more than equal to the task ahead of her,”


Kathy Gitau: Standing up against online violence in Kenya

Now Maseno University is a safer space after Kathy and her colleagues created support groups for those who have experienced cyber bullying as well as reaching out to existing clubs and associations to raise awareness.


Zubeida Koome wins the Kenya Editors’Guild Vice President’s seat as more women take up positions in the election

Zubeidah Koome, guided by professionalism aims to present a new way of thinking, stand for gender equality and advocate for professional nourishment.


Meet the KAM boss Phyillis Wakiaga

She describes her leadership style as “adaptive and situational”. She emphasizes being a “team player”, as vital to her success. “Success requires collective effort”,


Melinda Gates: Equality cannot wait

“We have the power; we have the conviction, now we must act. EQUALITY CANNOT WAIT!”


More hope for women in leadership as Mrs. Lilian Ngok is sworn in as Kericho Deputy Governor

“We have no time for political bickering as our key role is to bring the people together, roll out development projects and uplift the people’s living standards. My nomination, vetting, appointment and swearing-in is a clear indication that Governor Chepkwony and the people of Kericho have great confidence in women leadership. I will not disappoint them,”


Catherine Karimi listed among the 25 Most Powerful Women in C-Suite Impacting Business

Catherine was recently named The CEO of the Year at the Think Business Insurance Awards 2020 becoming the first woman to achieve this award. She was also and honoree in the Angaza Award for Women to Watch in Banking and Finance in the East African Community. Mrs. Karimi was also named among Business Monthly’s 2021 Top 25 most Powerful Women in C-suite Impacting Business.


Appointment of Eng. Rosemary Oduor as the acting Kenya Power CEO

“We wish to inform our shareholders that the Board of Directors, exercising their powers given under article 113 of the Articles of Association of the Kenya Power and Lightning company plc, have appointed Eng. Rosemary Oduor as the acing Managing Director and Chief Executive officer of the company with immediate effect,”


AMWIK ushers in a new Executive Director

“Judie has the right temperament, work experience and leadership skills to bring transformative change to the association at this time,”


Hellen Auma Wandera: From Fish vendor to youngest MP in Uganda

“Because I am a social worker, who relates with many, I interacted with almost everyone at Kyankwanzi. So many knew me by face but a few knew my name. So it until one MP decided to call me ‘Mama Busia’ because he discovered that I was the Woman MP-elect of Busia District,”