The Global Shapers Community is a network of Hubs developed and led by young people who are exceptional in their potential, their achievements and their drive to make a contribution to their communities.
Graduate, Strathmore University/IESE Business School, Barcelona. Chartered Accountant. Founder and CEO, Seven Seas Technologies; has overseen expansion to several countries in Africa. Sponsor, Knowledge for Life Initiative, a programme focussing on enabling students to understand and get direction in terms of their careers. Member, Young Presidents' Organization, Kenya chapter. Founding Curator, Kenya Chapter, Global Shapers Community, World Economic Forum. Listed in Top 40 Under 40 Kenyans Transforming the Country in Business.
Country Manager, Givewatts (www.givewatts.org), a social enterprise that implements and monitors its own distribution and work in renewable energy solutions. It distributes these solutions to people lacking access to electricity and sets up a distribution network for household solutions. In the current projects, Givewatts makes solar charged lamps available to households through a cluster of schools in an area. Curator, Global Shapers Nairobi Hub.
2007-11, Associate/Advocate, Hamilton Harrison & Mathews Advocates, involved in legal research and analysis of diverse areas of law; since September 2011, Legal Officer, Seven Seas Technologies, responsible for establishing the firm's legal department.
Welcome... to the Nairobi global shapers community
Launched in January 2012, the Nairobi Hub brings together a diverse group of highly driven individuals with backgrounds in business and investment, legal and finance, advocacy and campaigning, social enterprise and entrepreneurship. The Nairobi Shapers come from all walks of life but share a spirit of impact in our society through our 3 key pillars of: Entrepreneurship, Education and Environment. The Nairobi Hub has together with her partners engaged in a number of projects such as the revolutionary “Powering Education” project that sought to address the impact of harmful traditional lighting systems in Sub-Saharan Africa and how access to green energy. Biashara Rehab, an entrepreneurial program focused on increasing the survival of businesses by ensuring that CEOs get the guidance they need to develop robust business functions, tree planting and mentorship in schools to impact the youth between 10-18 years. Among other smaller projects focused on catalyzing change in Kenya.