Phyllis is an entrepreneur in Nairobi with a background in conservation having attained a Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Management and Conservation from the University of Nairobi. She began her career at the East African Wildlife Society working in different programs. She takes pride in having been part of efforts that led to the enactment of the Wildlife Conservation and Management Act 2013 of Kenya. Having been an entrepreneur for the last five years, she is eager to learn how to build her career around social impact and is keen to learn more about who she is, what gives her meaning and how she can add value to society. Passionate about nature and decorating she aspires to evolve into a leader of change. She loves dogs, crafts and books and considers herself a lifelong learner.