Caroline Kwamboka

Trustee & Founding Director
African Renaissance
About

Ms. Kwamboka is an International Development, Policy, and Advocacy Expert. For the last twenty-one years she has lent her expertise to position and promote policies and funding that advance sexual reproductive health and rights and youth issues and gender equality. Her vocation has seen her lead winning multi-cultural teams and work closely with duty bearers in over forty countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and in parts of Europe and Asia. Her conviction to advance dignity for Africa’s women and girls continues to energize and enable her to deliver strategic, diplomatic, and technically impactful interventions.

Ms. Kwamboka’s leadership, vision, and integrity is locally and globally recognized. She serves as a Global Advisory Board Member of WomenLift Health, she sits in a global strategy panel that is currently advising European and African leaders on the new Post-Cotonou EU-Africa Partnership pre and post 2022 EU-Africa Summit, and is an Advisory Member of the South African Development Community Parliamentary Forum Public Financial Management Technical Working Group. Ms. Caroline is also a Strategic Advisory Member of the Swedish/SIDA Africa Regional Programme on SRHR. She helped establish the Advocacy Accelerator, an innovative platform that equips African grassroots advocates with tools to drive greater impact and is part of the Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung Kenya general assembly and serves as chair of the resource mobilization sub-committee of the board. She continues to support grassroots women’s rights organizations like Miss Koch in Nairobi’s informal settlements and in her native Kisii village in Kenya.

Ms. Kwamboka holds a Master of Arts Degree in International Relations and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Cultural Studies (Anthropology). Her executive credentials include Strategic Management, Health Economics, and Fertility Transition from the Harvard Kennedy School, World Bank Institute, and The Oxford University, Institute of Population Ageing.