Meet our amazing team of social change makers.
We are a team of young and energetic social changemakers, passionate about inspiring community development through a specific focus on youth and women empowerment.
Director (Partnerships & Resource Mobilization)
Ruth Emanikor is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya as such in the name and style of M/s Emanikor & Company Advocate based in Lodwar Town, within Turkana County. She graduated from Moi University in 2003 with Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree and was admitted to the Roll of Advocates in the year 2005 and is currently pursuing her postgraduate studies in LLM Oil, Gas and Mining Law DL at Nottingham Trent University (UK). Ms. Emanikor was, before establishing her own law firm working with various local, national and international Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) on Human Rights activities in Indigenous Communities and has also worked with a number of Constitutional Commissions in Kenya such as the Commission on Administrative Justice/Office of the Ombudsman and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC). She serves as Director (Partnerships & Resource Mobilization) at Article 43.
Kablit Samuel is a Certified Procurement and Supply Professional. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from St. Paul University, Kenya. He has over 8 years of professional experience in Business Development, Social Protection and a Programs Development and brings this wealth of experience to Article 43. Kablit is an accomplished youth leader, so passionate about socio-economic empowerment for young people in Turkana and has dedicated his time into empowering youth and women through mentorship programmes among other initiatives. He serves as the Director (Programmes) at Article 43.
Ekai Nabenyo is a distinguished youth leader, motivational speaker, social change-maker and climate activist. He is a holder of a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB) from the University of Nairobi (Kenya) and a Master of Laws (LLM) from the University of Dar es Salaam (United Republic of Tanzania) with a specialization in International Migration and Refugee Law. Before proceeding for postgraduate studies, Nabenyo served as a Principal Research Officer in the Senate Chamber of the Parliament of the Republic of Kenya where he played a key role in research and policy analysis. Due to his community work, Nabenyo was named a Queens Young Leader in 2016. He is also a 2014 Spark International Change-Maker and was recently named among “The 2018 Most Influential Young Kenyans” by Avance Media and partners.