The 30% Club East Africa was launched in 2017 by Business Engage Association NPC, a non-profit organisation driving gender mainstreaming in private sector.
To support the achievement of a minimum of 30% Gender Balance at all senior decision-making tables across East Africa, including Boards and C-suite.
Activate senior leaders
Engage chairs and CEOs to drive change and support organisations in their diversity & inclusion endeavours, with a specific focus on gender.
Influence those with power to drive change
Influence at a national level on diversity related topics and working complementary to other national initiatives including Balance for Better Business, the State Boards Diversity Initiative.
Enabling future women leaders
Support the development of talent pipeline through mentoring, executive education scholarships and board-ready initiatives
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If your organisation’s Chair, CEO or equivalent is interested in becoming a member, please contact
Colleen Larsen on email@example.com for further information.
|Company||Member name||Job Title||Chapter membership|
|East African Breweries Limited||Jane Kuruku||CEO||East Africa|
|EY||Nancy Muhoya Ng’ang’a||Cluster Leader, East Africa||East Africa|
|Intrasoft International East Africa||Wambui Mbesa||CEO||East Africa|
|Nairobi Securities Exchange||Geoffrey Odundo||CEO||East Africa|
|Oracle||Lenin Oyuga||Global Director, Key Account - Telecoms||East Africa|
|PwC||Bernice Kimacia||Partner||East Africa|
|Standard Chartered Bank||Kariuki Ngari||CEO||East Africa|
Meet our team of committed volunteers!
Vice President and Head of Marketing, PR and Communications, SBM bank (K) Ltd
Consulting Partner, Ignition Consortium
Chairperson of Safaricom Women In Technology, Safaricom PLC
Chief Executive : Business Engage
President, East Africa
Company Secretary ; Business Engage
Steering Committee Chair
30% Club East Africa hosts an annual calendar of events including BoardWalks and LeadersWalks.
We define Corporate Gender Intelligence as
In other words, Corporate Gender Intelligence is a company’s acknowledgement of the blended synergistic solution that is achieved through an appreciative balance of masculine and feminine perspectives in doing business, and the ability to apply this. It is what brings about the “aha!” moment in problem-solving and often amazing turnarounds in business thinking that enables long-term progressive growth and favourable bottomline.
International Women’s Day is annually held on March 8 to celebrate women’s achievements throughout history and across nations. It is also known as the United Nations (UN) Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace.
Join us for a mixture of keynotes, panel discussions, inspirational moments, workshops and entertainment.
The Virtual Leaders’ Walk has been created to nurture the development of aspiring leaders and to help them unlock their future potential. This is done during an interactive networking session that will encourage meaningful engagement and dialogue.
The Virtual BoardWalk is a initiative that has been created to nurture the development aspiring directors who are currently in senior management positions and help them to unlock their future potential. It aims to expose these individuals to existing directors (both executive and non-executive) and partners during an interactive networking session that will encourage meaningful engagement and dialogue.