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Regina Mutiru

Regina Mutiru - Ambassador Kenya

Female Wave of Change welcomes Regina Mutiru as Ambassador Kenya

Female Wave of Change is very excited to welcome Regina Mutiru in her role as Ambassador Kenya. Regina has been involved with Female Wave of Change as a Wavemaker. Mentored by our Global Ambassador Jane Anyango, Ambassador Mildred Ngesa and our Ambassador First Among Equals Tebello Mokhema, Regina has grown into the role of Ambassador. We are very excited to see young women grow, step into their leadership and take responsibility to expand Female Wave of Change in Kenya! 

Leadership

Regina Mutiru is born and raised in rural Kenya. Her experiences while growing up contributed to some of the choices she has made today. As the only girl in her primary school who made it to secondary school in 1999, Regina has since been a pillar in her community. She founded Daughters of Ngomeni for Girls Empowerment (DoNGE) a community based organization to support women and girls in education, economic empowerment and basic awareness creation. A mother of one, Regina is married and lives in Nairobi with her family.

Peace Building

A graduate of University of Bradford, UK, in Peace and Development, Regina has got 10 years career in peace building where she has specialized in advancing women’s voice in peace building. She’s a founder at Amani Women Network (AWN), an accredited member of FEMWISE – African Union arm of women mediators, a Rotary Peace Fellow, and currently works with the National Cohesion and Integration Commission, Kenya in supporting peace to steer Kenya’s growth. During her free time, she volunteers with Kenya National Committee for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention.

Female Wave of Change

“I support FWoC because I believe in women leadership. World over, women have been the backbone of communities, they are the glue that holds communities together. Therefore, I believe when we come together as women through FWoC, we can grab that seat at the table, the seat that we have been constantly denied and while at the seat we will impact across genders and generations.”

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