Keynotes by Megan Mukuria focus on the topics of school education and health education. In particular, Mukuria discusses the setbacks African girls face in school when they have limited or no access to feminine hygiene product.
Mukuria is currently the Founder and CEO of 'ZanaAfrica Group Inc,' an organization devoted to providing health information and sanitary pads for girls and women in the community. She is also a founding member of the 'National Sanitary Towels Campaign Coordinating Committee.' Previously, Mukuria worked as the Country Project Manager at 'The Globe Foundation' and a Resource Mobilization Manager at 'Homeless Children International - Kenya.' With regards to her education background, Mukuria earned her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Psychology from Harvard University.
As a result of her work with educational initiatives, Mukuria was named as a PopTech Social Innovation Fellow. She is currently the youngest President of a Rotary Club in Kenya and in 2005, she helped launch the 'National Sanitary Pads Campaign.' Stressing the importance of health education in African communities, keynotes by Megan Mukuria offer solutions that allow young girls to take advantage of their education.