Anita is both a Board member and Treasurer of Days for Girls Kenya. She is a Kenyan sexual and reproductive health and rights advocate with over 5 years experience in advocacy for youth friendly services and awareness. She is passionate about the empowerment of youth, women and girls which prompted her to co-found the Bomet Days for Girls Enterprise, a social enterprise that works with adolescents and women by providing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) awareness, menstrual hygiene programs and economic empowerment. Currently a Facilitator in a year 5 year project, under Women In Leadership Forum (WEL) in Kenya in partnership with EQUITAS on Advancing Equality through Human Rights Education.
She lives in Bomet and manages various programs in the community of Bomet and Narok counties with both local and international organizations, which include food security project manager for USANA Foundation Inc, planting vegetable gardens for 600 families. Piloting Bee hives project for Bomet and Narok Counties to empower families generate income and support their families, funded by 100 Humanitarians International. Overseeing Education scholarship program in Bomet and Narok Counties. Founder of Bomet Days for Girls (DfG) Enterprise and managing a team of 15 sewists and conducts DfG Ambassador of Health education and distributions across the Country. Recently appointed to join the Anti FGM Board in Bomet County, she also serves as part of the Facilitators under Women In Leadership Forum(WEL) for Bomet County in partnership with EQUITAS on Advancing Equality through Human Rights Education.