Supamamas founder awarded country winner SME category at CEOs’ magazine most influential women awards 2015

Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business & Government and Titans of Africa Recognised in the East of Africa

CEO Communications recognises the Most Influential Women in SADC South and Titans who are Building Nations

6 August 2015. The Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government and Titans – Building Nations, recognition for influential African leaders took place at Hilton Hotel in Nairobi Kenya. The Cocktail was attended by foremost business executives and government officials. This mix made for a good audience as CEO Global announced the African women and men being recognised in various economic sectors across the region.

This was the Third of nine events to take place in various regions of Africa. Making for good networking opportunities, these events aim to celebrate the achievements of the women and men who are advancing African economies and communities. Regional winners are invited to a final event where this programme started, in SA, to celebrate the big names later on in the year.

CEO Global thanks our partners in excellence: SAMSA, Bigen Africa, Air Mauritius, Air Namibia, CEOS Technologies and Hilton Hotel Group

Titans – Building Nations Recognition was bestowed on: Business & Professional Services – Finalist: Patrick Wafula Wanambisi (Kenya); Financial Services – Finalist: Benson Kariuki Kitabu (Kenya); ICT –Regional Winner: Paul Odero (Kenya & East); Media –Finalist: Geoffrey Mutsami Angote (Kenya); SME – Regional Winner: Kelvin Macharia Kuria (Kenya & East)

Most Influential Women Recognition was bestowed on:  Business & Professional Services – Regional Winner: Gina Din Kariuki (Kenya & East); Chemical, pharmaceutical & petrochemical –Regional Winner: Jillian Usagi  (Kenya & East); Education & Training: Academic – Regional Winner: Prof. Jessie Githanga (Kenya & East) ; Financial Services – Regional Winner: Dr Jennifer Riria (Kenya & East); SME – Country Winner: Christine Khasinah-Odero (Kenya); Regional Winner: Kate Kibarah (Kenya & East); Welfare and Civil Society Organisations – Finalist: Yemeserach Belayneh (Ethiopia); Country Winner: Angela Ndambuki (Kenya); Regional Winner: Yetneberesh Nigussie Molla (Ethiopia & East); Lifetime Achievement Awards: Dr Jennifer Riria (Kenya);  Prof Jessie Githanga (Kenya)

More winners will be announced in Zambia, Uganda, Egypt, Ghana and Namibia.

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