Founder and Executive Director of Food for Education an organization that works with vulnerable children in Kenyan public schools to improve their lives through providing subsidized, nutritious school lunches. Food for Education has provided over 120,000 school meals in schools. In 2016, the organization opened its first central school based kitchen that currently provides highly subsidized meals to over 1600 students a day in public schools.

She has been recognised aSpark* International change maker 2012, Transform Nutrition ‘Nutrition champion’ 2013 and a Hunger Free Ambassador. In 2016, she was also selected as one of 25 young Africans Leading in Public Life by the University of Cape Town and in 2017 as one of 16 participants of the Global Social Benefit Insititute Accelerator Program run by the Miller Centre at Santa Clara University. She is also a Stanford d school scholar and the recipient of the University of South Australia’s alumni award 2017.

I live by the word that being a woman is enough. Wangari Maathai says that ‘African women in general need to know that it’s OK for them to be the way they are because they are enough. On International Women’s day, I would like women reading this to know that they are enough to be or do anything they put their minds to.