Judy Kihumba: From househelp to top sign language interpreter

Judy Kihumba,

Judy Kihumba, a sign language interpreter. 

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Judy Kihumba is a sign language interpreter and an advocate of maternal mental health and wellness of deaf nursing mothers. She is also the founder of Talking Hands, Listening Eyes on PPD (THLEP), which focuses on walking the motherhood journey with deaf mothers and breaking the silence around postpartum depression (PPD). Judy is also the official treasurer at Kenya Sign Language Interpreters Association (KSLIA) and a board member Of Kiaraho Primary School in Tetu, Nyeri County. A wife and proud mother of two girls, Ms Kihumba shares her Career Path with Nation.


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