Primary Outcome: Increased exposure of transferable skills to 20% girls and women and transited to work by 2025.

Dr. Daniel Otieno is a researcher at the KU-WEE Hub, and educator in the Department of Educational Management Policy and Curriculum Studies at Kenyatta University, Kenya. He holds a PhD in Educational Administration and lectures on Educational Management/Leadership, Educational Research, Monitoring and Evaluation and use of ICT in Education.  He has published articles in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters on values-based leadership, digital literacy, blended learning, and strategic management. His current research focus is on women empowerment, virtual academic exchange in education, pluralism, social inclusion, and sustainable development. He is a certified Life Coach and an Erasmus + Virtual Exchange facilitator in Soliya Connect program, COIL, and Sharing Perspectives Foundation. He is an inaugural member of Innovation Lab at Global Centre for Pluralism (Ontario, Canada) and lead consultant at the Centre for Values Education, an organization that advocates for values and equality in organisations.