Beatrice Kagondu is OWIT Nairobi 2014 Chapter Member of the Year!

Beatrice Kagondu
Beatrice Kagondu

Congratulations to Ms. Beatrice Kagondu for being declared OWIT Nairobi 2014 Chapter Member of the Year!

Beatrice is the Vice Chairperson of Membership for OWIT Nairobi​. She was recognised for spear-heading a variety of successful membership campaigns which have significantly increased the chapter’s membership and its prominence in the Nairobi business community; as well as for helping to raise an unprecedented amount of sponsorship dollars to support the chapter’s activities.

An entrepreneur herself, Beatrice is the owner and manager of Sweet Inspirations, a bakery that specializes in novelty (theme) cakes and customized designs as well as importing and selling cake decorating supplies and equipment to other bakeries in Kenya and East Africa. They also offer training in baking and cake decoration.

Beatrice was featured in the first issue of Mkazi. Check it here

Hongera! @BeatriceKagondu @OwitNairobi



About Angela

Angela Kamanzi is passionate about empowering African women through entrepreneurship. She is the publisher and founding editor of MKAZI, a digital magazine that offers solutions and tools to women who are starting up in business or taking their ventures to the next level. She is the founder of BizzRafiki-Your Friend in Biashara, a mentorship program which specialises in helping budding or aspiring women entrepreneurs start or grow high income business ventures from their passion. For more than ten years she contributed to a number of local and international publications as a freelance writer. She has 15 years of experience in entrepreneurship. She lives in Nairobi with her husband and their two sons. Her journey was featured on Lionesses of Africa, on AM Live NTV , in the Saturday Nation, on Supamamas website and Mummy Tales blog.

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