Magdalene Wambua

Magdalene is an expert in human rights advocacy with 30 years of public service experience.

She has served as East Africa High Commissioner/Ambassador of Kenya to Uganda, acting Minister of Education of Kenya and as Director of Ministry of Lands and Resettlement of Kenya. Now retired from governmental service, she is a director for several school management boards – spearheading reform and relevance to global realities in education.

Magdalene holds a Bachelor's Degree in Education, and an M.A Public Administration from the University of Nairobi. She is a member of the African Association of Public Policy Administration & Management (APPAM). Her successful entrepreneurship in agribusiness resulted in a demonstrative Farm to Small Scale Farmers model in a Rural Community in Rift Valley, Kenya. 

Her support of gender-based motivational projects in promotion of self-reliance through income generating projects includes agriculture and Days for Girls. She has won Kenyan national honors in youth mentorship and educational reform management.