I seek to be the next Member of Parliament for Emurua Dikirr constituency, Narok County.
I am keen on liberating my community from abject poverty and using my political position to empower youth, women, and persons with disability economically, as well as fight for a strong democracy and represent them in the legislation.
I am a teacher and a psychologist by profession, a holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Needs Education from Mount Kenya University, and a Master’s Degree in counseling psychology from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. Additionally, I am a graduate of the Young Africa Leaders Initiative (YALI) Regional Leadership Center East Africa Program in Public Management.
As a registered member of the National Council for Persons with Disability (NCPWD), I am a disability rights activist currently working as a disability advocate for social inclusion volunteer at Disabled Persons Organizations in Kenya.
I am the founder and Chairperson of the Emurua Dikirr Constituency students’ association, as well as the team leader for the constituency student’s welfare from secondary to tertiary level, and the founder of Abosi Disability network which seeks to push for equal rights for persons with disabilities.
I gained my leadership experience as young as when I was a University student while serving as the Vice President of the Mount Kenya University Students Governing Council. Besides, I am a committed, result-oriented, and enthusiastic lady with good communication, reporting, consultation, negotiation, problem-solving, organizational, and leadership skills.