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  1. James Watare: Why I believe there are enough jobs around

    There are jobs for everyone just to be creative and proactive.

    James Watare
  2. Judy Kihumba: From househelp to top sign language interpreter

    She is also the founder of Talking Hands, Listening Eyes on PPD.

    Judy Kihumba,
  3. Lucy Kiruthu: Weak link between academia and industry needs strengthening

    Business schools should focus on addressing the challenges that businesses face.

    Business school
  4. Lizz Ntonjira: Staying true to myself and standing my ground have seen me progress

    Lizz Ntonjira Mutuma is the Global Communication Director at Amref Health Africa

    Lizz Ntonjira Mutuma
  5. Lucy Kiruthu: Tightening the end-to-end patient experience in healthcare

    The entire network in the health sector looks like a spider web with many interlinked part

    Dr Chesimet Legson
  6. Unga CEO Nick Hutchinson exits after 20 years

    Long-serving Unga chief Nick Hutchinson will retire on December 31.

    Unga Group managing director Nick Hutchinson
  7. PRIME Mutuma Mathiu: From correspondent to editorial director

    Mathiu joined NMG in 1997 as a Sub-Editor/Writer before rising through the ranks to become the NMG’s Group Editorial Director.

    Mutuma Mathiu
  8. Racey Muchilwa: You need to unlearn some things to get ahead in your career

    Alongside learning, you also need to unlearn things that have been overtaken by events or do not work.

    Racey Muchilwa
  9. Jacob Ayoo: It's not about the money, it's about the change you make

    The belief that I want to be the best version of myself in everything I do and everywhere I go kills me everyday.

    Jacob Ayoo Oyugi
  10. Grace Njiru: Working in South Sudan taught me patience

    Leaving Kenya for South Sudan was a radical decision but it turned out to be one of the best decisions I ever made.

    Grace Njiru


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