Consultant, Tech Entreprenuer (Self-Employed) | Nairobi, Kenya
She is a co-founder of BRCK, the largest public WiFi network in Sub-Saharan Africa and is also a co-founder of Ushahidi where she spearheaded it's translation into over 30 languages. She also writes the well-respected ‘Afromusing’ blog, typically with a focus on African tech and renewable energy. While she started her career as the chair of her high school computer club, she later moved on to serve on United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's Independent Expert Advisory Group on the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development. She is a renewable energy cheerleader and tree planter who advises startups.