Emmie Kio is an agricultural writer, a social media reporter and a change agent using social media to demistify the notion that agriculture is a poor man’s profession. Her interests are vested on global issues pertaining to Agriculture,Agribusiness,Food security,Youth Agri-prenueship, Social Media, Food security and Agricultural Policies. Her blog won in the Best Agriculture Blog category in the BAKE Blog Awards 2012.
Robert Kunga is an Independent Financial Analyst and a blogger. His previous roles included working for 5 years as an Auditor at a top local firm, having handled clients ranging from large manufacturing concerns, banks and other financial institutions to small and medium retail enterprises. He currently serves as the Head of Operations at the Bloggers Association of Kenya. Among other duties in that role he recently served as a member of a technical working group at the CCK that helped develop Kenya’s National Broadband Strategy.
Njeri Wangari is a multi talented Kenyan poet, performer, blogger and literary activist. She is the author of Mines and Mind Fields; My Spoken Words, a collection of poetry published in 2010. Her poetry tackles themes such as Culture, Religion, human rights, technology and everyday challenges in the Kenyan society. She is the organizer of POWO (Poets and Writers Online), a forum for Poets and Writers with blogs and those with an interest in using the internet in promotion of/ or platform for their writing.
David Mugo is an IT professional who has spent the last 5 years in digital marketing and digital strategies for corporates and political campaigns. David started blogging 8 years ago and is the founder of Niaje.com. He has a passion in art, photography and technology. He is also the organizer of WordCamp Kenya. His blog won Best Entertainment Blog and Blog of the Year in the BAKE Blog Awards 2013.