Where are you from?
What were you doing before Keheala?
I was a teacher by profession, and later got into sales and marketing. Was also a customer care manager and quality assurance manager in several organizations. Also worked in three major media houses as a business development executive.
How long have you worked with Keheala?
A year and a half.
What attracted you to the position?
The fact that I would be able to play a role in helping the community fight infectious diseases, creating awareness and reaching out to the stigmatized patients in a friendly way. Most of all, I was excited to give correct information on TB treatment and cure.
What is the most meaningful part of your job?
Sharing correct information with patients - explaining the intricacies of the illness, along with the best diet and hygienic practices. Then, being rewarded with the report of a fully cured patient.
What skills do you bring to Keheala?
I am a people person who enjoys reading and being updated on the development of medical fields. Other skills include relationship development, training, management, R&D.
Describe one of your most rewarding experiences with Keheala.
Having defaulters come back to the clinic and get cured.
Where do you see Keheala in the future?