Kenya School of Internet Governance 2018 fellows

KeSIG 2018 Fellows

KeSIG 2018 Fellows

The third Kenya School of Internet Governance was held on 16th to 18th July 2018 at  Sarova Panafric Hotel, Nairobi. The report of the school is available here. The program of the 2018 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 2018 cohorts were

  1. Brenda Kodawa, Associate at Walker Kontos Advocates
  2. Carolyne Mimano, Seedstars World, University of Nairobi school of computing.
  3. Catherine Kariuki, lawyer at Tripleoklaw advocates
  4. Jeruto Masiror, Kenya Bureau of Standards
  5. Lucille Onyango ,Post grad student at University of Nairobi
  6. Lulu kisaka, Tumaini University Makumira
  7. Margaret Mwangi, writer at Mkazi Publication
  8. Mary Kahura, Associate at MMC Africa Law
  9. Samantha Mwenda, User Experience(UX) ALX
  10. Shirley Mwangi, Self employed
  11. Wachera Muriu, COO at KopaCent
  12. Wairimu Macharia, Nuffic Fellow, a Young Diplomats Fellow and a Data4Change alumnus.
  13. Imani Kimiri, Advocate
  14. Anthony Kariuki, Software Developer at Techno Brain
  15. Billy Gibendi, JKUAT(Mombasa Campus)
  16. Boniface Machuki, Legal Professional at Standard Chartered Bank
  17. Christopher Momanyi, ICANN fellow 56,59,62 Lecturer Strathmore University
  18. Julius Njiraini, Private Security
  19. Misiani Mwencha, Lecturer at Kenyatta University
  20. Mosenda Robi Chacha, Amnesty International Kenya
  21. Shitemi Khamadi, Bloggers Association of Kenya
  22. John Paul, FORCE (Federation of Savannah Startups + Fellowship of Code)
  23. Elvis Mogendi, Digital Media and Communications Consultant for Konrad Adenauer Stiftung(KAS)
  24. Alex Kirui, Animator and cartoonist
  25. Kimani Nyoike, Human Rights Journalists
  26. Victor Rono, Department of Defense(DOD)
  27. Samuel Muchiri, TESPOK
  28. Wamalwa, Prolific Digital Media

 

 

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