When Kendi Mbabazi Mwendia was three years old, it’s safe to say she was an accomplished artist. One time, her parents came home to find all their living room walls with drawings of the famous ‘Tom and Jerry’ cartoon characters. Much to their amusement, shock and probably anger, it was worth noting that her work […]

From afar, Jeri Furahah Muchura looks like your ordinary millennial. Trendy, fashionable and stylish, with a swag that only they can understand. As a former model, a guest comedian for the highly acclaimed Churchill Show, a TV and radio presenter, Jeri sure did live a full life. As the odds would have it, life got […]

When Vered Ehsani, a mother of two, suffered adrenal fatigue after giving birth to her children, she decided that she needed a change in her lifestyle. Vered is a born South African, who grew up in Canada and has lived in Kenya for the past 17 years. Her wellness journey began as a result of […]

In the game of entrepreneurship, it has been said many a time that it is not for the faint hearted, nor is it a game for the chosen few. Founders can come from every type of industry, background or age group, and 32 year old Njeri Ngige is one such person who beat the odds […]

From the onset Margery, a mother of two adult daughters and a grandmother to one little girl, life was your kind of ordinary. Born in Ngong Town, her early childhood revolved around Kajiado, where she spent her years schooling. Later she went to Butere Girls in Western Kenya, completed her form 5 and 6, and […]

Paradigm Shifter, Trainer, Writer, Speaker and Poet. Qreator of the ‘Q Factor’—‘Qure your mind’—’The Invisible CirQle’—‘Open Qorner’ and more, Tazim has a mission to bring about change in society. Her compassion extends from the individual to groups of people, businesses and Kenya. She strongly believes that progressive change is an integral and essential path in […]

Joy Limo is the Founder and CEO of Queens Court Academy; a finishing school for young ladies and gentlemen. Struck by polio at the age of 2, she only realised she was disabled when she joined secondary school and people started staring at her and feeling sorry for her – which she used to find quite inappropriate. […]

Esther Wangui Ndegwa graduated from university with a bachelor’s degree neatly tucked under her arm. She had done a Bachelor’s of commerce program majoring in finance, and she was going to be a finance manager in some company, or so she thought. Little had she anticipated the challenges of finding a job. Ten interviews later, […]

When Laimani first begun the famous Alabastron program she wanted to create a place where women could be themselves without judgement and prejudice, and work on being the best version of themselves. The men would have none of it though, so they quickly began a campaign of their own. #BringBackOurWomen, they cried, as they marched […]