WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

KenGen hosts Pink Energy forum

In Summary

• Inaugural conference for women in energy was held at the Movenpick Hotel last Thursday.

KenGen chief executive Rebecca Miano and Public Service and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary Margaret Kobia.
KenGen chief executive Rebecca Miano and Public Service and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary Margaret Kobia.
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The inaugural conference for women in energy was held at the Movenpick Hotel last Thursday. The event, one of its kind, was aimed at encouraging women to venture into the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and design.

Youth Affairs Cabinet Secretary Margaret Kobia said there is need for women to take part in and influence the designs and innovations that will shape the future of Kenya.

Others who graced the occasion were Col Joyce Sitieni and KenGen chief executive officer Rebecca Miano, among others.

Buula the Saxophonist
Buula the Saxophonist
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Women from various fields at the Pink Energy forum.
Women from various fields at the Pink Energy forum.
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Accountant Dorcas Kombo and Col Joyce Sitieni.
Accountant Dorcas Kombo and Col Joyce Sitieni.
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Media personality Amina Raba with Geochemist Melissa Nkapiani
Pink Fair Media personality Amina Raba with Geochemist Melissa Nkapiani
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Leadership coach Mary Mukindia and National Oil chief executive officer Jane Mwangi.
Leadership coach Mary Mukindia and National Oil chief executive officer Jane Mwangi.
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Human Resource officer Dorcas Musembi and insurance officer Ruth Ndung'u.
Human Resource officer Dorcas Musembi and insurance officer Ruth Ndung'u.
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Kenya Power Kajiado county operation maintenance officer Natasha Oloishiro
Kenya Power Kajiado county operation maintenance officer Natasha Oloishiro
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