sally musonye

Electrical Engineer in Nairobi County, Kenya

sally musonye

Electrical Engineer in Nairobi County, Kenya

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Bio

Sally a visionary, energetic and results-oriented individual with a proven ability and track record to bring together like minded persons in the field of electrical engineering and allied industries to execute, innovative and develop sustainable initiatives with great focus on renewable energy.

She has 6 years and counting, experience in putting together the annual IEEE innovation expos and events focused on building talent and skills. She currently serves as the past chairperson for IEEE Women In Engineering Kenya Affinity Group.

Previously held various leadership positions in student bodies such as the Engineering Students Association (UoN) and spearheading mentorship programs in high schools and primary schools within Nairobi.

Work Experience

Currently, she is a design and construction engineer at Kenya Power, the largest electricity supplier in Kenya. Her duties involve supervision of design and construction works of power lines between 415 Volts to 33 Kilo Volts.

Prior to the Kenya Power engagement she was at Mabati Rolling Mills where she honed her skills in customer service, sales and analyzing the value chain proposition within an organization.

Mentorship

Sally is the founder of AshGold Africa; which aims to promote study of the STEM subjects, emphasizes on the importance of having a goal and articulates the significance of self actualization.

She invests time in encouraging her peers in developing and designing sustainable innovations while creating an impact to society.

Always looking forward to creating compelling human experiences through the mentorship programs.

Education

She is a holder of a BSc. Electrical and Electronics Engineering degree from the University of Nairobi and an EABL Scholar.

Awards and Recognition

An award winner of the 1st IEK student competition (2014) on Minimizing Transmission losses through Expansion Planning. Additionally, she was a (2012/2013) Goldman Sachs participant through StemAfrica and an Ambassador of Women in Engineering.

Other contribution

She is the speaker lead for the IEEE Kenya Section annual symposium; Judges coordinator for the IEEEmadC.