Having one job is a sure way to never make it to the wealthy group. If you want to be rich and stay rich, you’ve got to have your hands in several hustles.
This Friday we give you a list of women with several hustles to inspire you on your journey to becoming a boss!
- Evaline Momanyi
Evaline Momanyi Mwaura, the wife of Paul Ndichu, who is TV personality Grace Msalame’s baby daddy, has an unbelievable, yet inspiring tale of how she rose to become the formidable, successful woman she is today.
The mother of one started out as a cyber attendant where she earned about Sh70 a day, an amount that would only cover her transport costs.
She has managed to rise through the ranks and was this week appointed a member of the Africa Advisory of Board for Save the Children UK. The organisation promotes children’s rights, provides relief and helps support children in developing countries under Save the Children Fund. Momanyi also works for mobile telcom giant Safaricom.
Grace Msalame, a TV personality is another woman who has risen through the ranks. She started her TV career as a presenter of the youth show Straight Up before moving on to host the Art Scene. She tried her hand at news as a radio presenter at Capital FM and was also a content acquisition manager for Shine TV.
The mother of two also earns money from being a brand ambassador for Vivo active wear. She also has her hands on the digital space as a content creator.
Known as the queen of radio during her time as a presenter, Caroline has her hands in many money-making jars.
Apart from holding a senior position at Radio Africa Group, she is also a digital content creator, speaker and marketer.
4. Betty Kyalo
Betty Kyalo started her career as an intern at KTN and grew to be among the top presenters at the station with a famous weekend show – the Friday Briefing.
Apart from her day job, she partnered with a friend – Susan Kaitany – but the partnership as well as the friendship did not last long.
She went on to open her own salon directly opposite Kaitany’s called Flair by Betty.
Lilian Muli started her career in 2005 at KTN where she interned in the production department. After trying and doing several screen tests to no avail, she finally got her big break when she was sent to deliver scripts and in the process left the panel of judges impressed.That’s when she found her way to the TV Screen.
In 2010 Lilian quit working at Standard Group’s KTN and moved to Royal Media Services’ Citizen TV. She had worked at KTN for six years.
The mother of two has hosted a couple of shows like the Famous Slim Possible Show One on One Show after Friday’s news and Fashion Watch on Saturday after the news.
It appears 2019 is the year Lilian will expand her tentacles in the business world after announcing her new moniker – ‘Lilian the brand’. Her fans are waiting to see what it will include.