SEMERIAN SAKORI – CEO PATINAAI OSIM
Semerian’s vision is to be an agent of change in her community by helping to improve the lives of girls and women through education. While growing up, she discovered that lack of education leads to lack of empowerment and in turn poverty within her community.
Having had educated parents, Semerian grew up knowing that it is not only men who should have a voice in the household, a woman should also have voice too especially in matters regarding her children lives.
It is in this regard she is now advocating for women to have education, to be included in decisions regarding their families and to be empowered in society. Women do not have to find their voice once widowed.
BRAND & MARKETING COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST
Branding for Startup & SMEs | Branding for Social Change | Social Marketing | Behavior Change Communication
Angela is brand & marketing communication strategist with over a decade experience building and managing brands. She has contributed to the growth and success of different multinational/multicultural brands in the private and development sectors, executing relevant strategic and targeted branded campaigns resulting in; increased awareness, stakeholder engagement and fostered bilateral partnerships.
Research and Business Development for social startups & NGOs.
Selsabil is a young professional in the social sector with operational & strategic experience working in impact-driven organizations and with an international academic background on social entrepreneurship and innovation studies.
Douglas Odhiambo Owino
B.Ed (Moi); M.Res (St. Andrews, UK); M.B.A. (UoN), CS (Heidelberg), FIS (UW, USA), FISqua, IHI Student Fellow
Douglas Owino is a health geographer, management strategist and a quality management expert with over 20 years’ experience in the public sector in Kenya. Notably he has served in the NGO sector conducting research and policy formulation to facilitate regulation and coordination of NGOs in Kenya. Douglas also has worked in the health sector in areas of risk mitigation, quality management and health care financing.
Phoebe Nelima Khagame
Margaret Kamakey has worked in the tourism industry for over ten years dealing with local and international institutions. She is well traveled to Eastern and southern Africa and enjoys meeting and interacting with different communities. Margaret has since left tourism and joined the business field. She works directly with rural women through out sourcing milk during drought season allowing them sustain their small businesses hence growing them economically. She is passionate about business and community work.