Rose Nduta holds a BA in Gender and Development Studies from the Egerton University of Science and Technology and a Diploma in Public Relations and Communications from Moi University. Prior to joining Bopinc, Rose worked in various non-profit organizations as a project officer and in administrative support. She is project officer supporting various projects for the East and Southern Africa office.
Rose is passionate about holistic women empowerment and sees a chance to realize her dreams in Bopinc since she believes that women are the majority in the Base of the Pyramid. She also sees a lot of learning opportunities on women economic empowerment.
During her free time Rose facilitates mentorship sessions for girls in high schools through the mentorship program of Akili Dada which is a Kenyan organization that offers scholarships to bright girls from poor families and mentors young girls.