Nato Joan is a community, gender and leadership enthusiast who has accumulated vast experience having worked with organizations such as Pathfinders International, Actionaid International, Kenyatta University and Population Services Kenya (PS-Kenya) as a Chairperson in counselling, mentorship, and Reproductive health projects.

She has also worked with NGOs such as Fahamu Network For Social Justice where she worked with Your Voice Matters Project as the Chairperson and the East Africa Coordinator. Through this platform she engaged with youths and Women across East Africa.

Her passion for social justice has led her to engage with different Youth, Farmers and Women Groups like Woni Wa Uamani Women group in Machakos County, where she engaged them on matters of Gender, SDG’s, governance, Human Rights and Activism.

Impact Volunteerism and community service led her to work with Compassion international (CI) where she coordinated and worked with children and their families and positioned them to benefit from the Compassion International charity initiatives.

Nato Joan is a graduate from Kenyatta University School of Public Health and Applied Human Science Department of Community Resource Management, Population and Reproductive Health. She has also  studied Chinese Language and literature in Confucius Institute and Shandong Normal University, China and currently working as an Administrator at Xingye.


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Legacy leadership Africa is an organization whose primary ethos is to raise a generation of premium leaders across Africa , who are inspired and committed to creating change and leaving a lasting legacy of impact to families ,communities and nations across the continent

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