The need to play a significant role in ensuring the voices and needs of the poor in the society are taken into account when designing and implementing policies.
Sarah Mulwa is from Kitui, Kenya and holds a bachelor's degree in actuarial science from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. She is the co-founder of Coursebook, a social enterprise that offers career guidance to high school students. Sarah worked with Equity Bank Limited as a compliance and data analyst before pursuing a master's degree in medical statistics at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, University of London. Subsequently, she worked as a statistician at the UK Medical Research Council in The Gambia. Prior to joining GHC, she was a data analyst with Adeso, an African charity and development agency, where she worked on ways to optimize cash based interventions for prevention of gender-based violence. Sarah is passionate about education, capacity building, and has been involved in mentorship programs for students.