Kenya School of Internet Governance 2017 fellows

Kesig 2017 fellows

KeSIG 2017 fellows

The second Kenya School of Internet Governance was held on 3rd to 5th July 2017 at Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi. The report of the school is available here. The program of the 2017 KESIG edition is available here.

KeSIG is an introductory course covering technical, economic, legal and contemporary social issues brought about by the Internet and how they affect Kenyan decision making. It aims to build a critical mass of individuals advocating for Internet rights and freedoms through equipping the participants with the skills needed to participate meaningfully in local, regional and global policy discourse.

The 2017 cohorts were

  1. Collins chandi, KenTrade
  2. Tracy Kadesa, Tech Advocate
  3. Mutindi Muema, K.O advocates
  4. Adam Lane, Huawei technologies
  5. Lydia Gachugi, UNESCO
  6. Winfred Anyona, Computer Science Student
  7. Joel Cenas Ojung’a, ISK
  8. Nancy Wachira, Internet Solution Kenya
  9. Jefferson Anyega, Freelance
  10. Nicole Wasuna, KRA
  11. Mohammed Amin, DCI
  12. Beru Lilako, City Creation
  13. Cate Macharia, KHRC
  14. Daniel Naghaka, ISOC Uganda
  15. Cynthia Mwara, KICTANet
  16. Leonard Wakoli, County Government of Bungoma
  17. Phillip Omondi Centum Learning
  18. Sheila Kasiva, Computer Society of Kenya
  19. Toepista Nabusoba, IAWRT
  20. Cyrus Kithuva, Pixels Kenya
  21. Cecilia Maundu, KBC
  22. Lucy.W. Gichaga, UNESCO
  23. Francis Munyi, DCI
  24. Daniel Waruta, JKUAT
  25. Charity Sigilal, DCI
  26. Peter Mbatha, DCI
  27. Nick Ngatia, ISOC
  28. Elisha Chirchir, DCI
  29. Martin Mavenjina, KHRC
  30. Nancy Wachira, Multimedia University
  31. Mercy Mutemi, Mutemi Sumbi Advocate
  32. Asenath Niva, DW
  33. David Indeje, Soko Directory
  34. Fridah Wawira, Watoto Watch
  35. Daniel Muniu, Pixels Ltd
  36. Chris Nzure, Pixels Ltd
  37. Winnie Langat, Council of Governors
  38. Samuel Muchiri, TESPOK
  39. Christine Nzambi, Office of the Attorney General

 

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