RAISE YOUR VOICE SO THAT THOSE WITHOUT A VOICE CAN BE HEARD
My name is Queenter Mbori but my friends call me Queen. I am the CEO and Publisher of Woman Kenya. I am also a seasoned editor, gender equality advocate and acclaimed speaker. I also host a lifestyle show on KTN Home called Her Standards, every Saturday from 4PM. When people ask me what Woman Kenya Network (WKN) is all about; I tell them this platform represents the story of my life and that of thousands of women facing different struggles. For a long time, I struggled to find my voice and could not define my purpose. But with time, practice, coaching and asking tough questions, the picture has become crystal clear.
Mark Twain says, "The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why." My dream for this platform is to inspire women to find a voice to speak their truth and set standards for the next generation. I created Woman Kenya Network to inspire women to break through the silence and speak their truth because we can't afford to be silent anymore.
Our aim is to provide more female role models and showcase more women as leaders and accomplished people in the society economically, socially and also stir aspiration, discuss issues objectively and celebrate successes. WKN also highlights the raw realities of being a woman and celebrates strong women. One voice at a time, we hope to spark you into finding your voice and amplifying your truth. Do join us in this exciting journey. Won't you?
CEO and Publisher, Woman Kenya Network
President, Standard Group Women Network
Gender Equality Advocate and Speaker
HONOURED TO HAVE WORKED WITH THEM
African Women in the Media (AWIM): AWIM19: Media Leadership, AWIM2020: Barriers for Women Journalists.
Media Council of Kenya: (MCK): Media and National Development- Balancing Press Freedom and National Values, MEDIA SUMMIT: Enhancing Accountability and Transparency: Portrayal and Role of Women in Media, Sexual Harassment in the Media:
Kenya Institute of Management (KIM): Empowering Women in Leadership
The Aga Khan Media and Graduate School: Women in Media Leadership
Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA): Gendered Approach to Corporate Leadership
Kenya Association of Women Surgeons (KAWS): The Empowered Woman
Rotary Club Of Kitengela: Girl Power
Lwak Old Girls Assocaition (LOGA): Women Empowerment.
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