Kijala Shako is a Pan Africanist disruptor extraordinaire. She loves to challenge narratives and facilitate “difficult” conversations on different issues ranging from human rights, religion, sexuality, racism, ethnic relations and all other isms.
She is currently the Head of Advocacy, Campaigns, Communications and Media for Save the Children, East and Southern Africa. She is a strategic thinker who has built her experience on academic qualifications comprising of a law degree from the Parklands Law Campus of the University of Nairobi and a Master of Arts in International Conflict Management from the Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies of the University of Nairobi.
Her career spans 20’ years’, with proven leadership and extensive experience in Child Rights, Institutional Development, Social Mobilisation and Coalition Building, Democratic Governance, Resource Mobilisation, Youth Engagement, Advocacy and Campaigns across Africa. LinkedIn Profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/kijala-shako-ba615a35/.