Huddah Monroe

Today, women are starting more companies and holding more leadership positions than ever before. Here are some female CEOs to emulate.

1. Wandia Gichuru

Wandia is a co-founder of one of the biggest designing firms in the country—Vivo Active Wear.

The company began back in 2011 and mainly used to import their clothes but in due time started designing their own as the market expanded.

Wandia has been in the business for 8 years straight and has seen the company open more branches in all over the county.

She remains an inspiration to a lot of ladies.

2. Michelle Ntalami

Michelle Ntalami is well known for her engagement on social media as well as owning a hair products business—Marini Naturals.

She is the youngest in her line and stands as an inspiration to a lot of young ladies.

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3. Huddah Monroe

Huddah Monroe is well known for her socialite past and being in the media’s eye.

She has however re-written her life’s story and joined the business journey.

She is famous for her cosmetic projects which have been doing very well in East Africa.

4. Julie Gichuru

Julie Gichuru has graces our TV screens for a long time.

She quit her media career and started her own company called Arimus media Limited which deals with African content and International engagements.

The mother of 5 has gone against all odds and juggled between being a mum and a career woman.

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5. Lorna Rutto

Lorna is a world economic forum young global leader and the Founder and CEO of EcoPost.

It is a for-profit Social Enterprise that has created thousands of sustainable jobs for people in the marginalized communities while conserving the environment.

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