What do you do at TICAH?
I am a monitoring, evaluation, learning and sharing (MELS) associate at TICAH, where I support the implementation of MELS activities across all programs.
What do you hope your work will do for the community you work with?
I envision a community in which everyone has equal access to their fundamental rights and can exercise agency regardless of gender or cultural background.
What do you love about TICAH?
I admire how TICAH exemplifies listening and co-creation by recognizing culture's power to transform lives, shape values, and sense of self-worth, all while being deliberate through creative holistic approaches for protracted results.
Share a little about your professional background.
I am an actuarial scientist with a strong research background, having spent over 5 years in Kenya's rural, peri urban, and informal settlements analyzing, tracking, and managing data on sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR), gender-based violence (GBV), education, and livelihoods programs. Previously, I led research teams in two counties for the World Bank's last mile connectivity evaluation project, NIERA's impact evaluation, Dot Kenya's supervisory role in three counties, and was a key trainer for the government's KYEOP program.
How do you spend your free time?
I am a huge music and technology fan, and I spend most of my free time updating my playlists or keeping up with the latest trends in Bloomberg's technology.