Mentorship & Gender

Carol is passionate about increasing access to electricity through research and innovation, regulation and policy in the energy sector, mentorship of women in energy and gender equality.

Carol in action on site at Sultan Hamud SubStation

On Site @ Sultan Hamud SubStation!


Carol was featured in a publication by the Moving Women Empowerment Network on 27th May 2021 highlighting her role in STEM to empower and encourage other women to join these professions.

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Women In Energy

Carol worked together with Enel Foundation to prepare a publication on the previous women fellows of the Open Africa Power Fellowship. It was shared widely to encourage young women in energy in Africa to apply to the 2020 programme.
The publication highlighted the profiles and backgrounds of the women who had previously attended the programme.

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Carol joined the members of the Fanusi Mentoring Program as a mentor for university/college girls' transition to the workforce.


As a graduate assistant at the University of Glasgow, Carol mentored a group of 1st Year students in the design of a Thermoelectric Generator (TEG) for residents of Kibera, the largest slum in Kenya.
The team went on to win the Engineering for People Design Challenge in the finals in London.

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Carol has worked with Akili Dada as a mentor since 2016 under the Young Change-Makers program.
She worked directly with girls from Precious Blood Academy Riruta, Nairobi in mentorship sessions where she fostered interest in STEM related courses.

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