Primary outcome: Increase the number of women participating in corporate governance in public and private companies in Kenya by 30% by 2025.

James O. Oringo is a Basic Skills expert for women and youth economic empowerment projects. He is currently a researcher at the KU WEE Hub focusing on Women Participation in Corporate Governance.

James also works as a Part-time Lecturer in the Department of Business Administration, Kenyatta University. He is the Mombasa County coordinator for Kenya Youth Employment and Opportunity Project (KYEOP) in which Kenyatta University is one of the implementing Partners. He also chairs the board of Health Services Consumer Rights Watch, a national NGO focusing on Healthcare promotion. He has worked as a senior executive for organizations such as; JICA/SAVOT, South Sudan Older People Organization (SSOPO), The Agricultural Support Organization (TASO), Target Supermarket and Uchumi Supermarkets Ltd. James is a PhD Candidate, finalizing his thesis for examination