Kenya Power Board
Beatrice Gathirwa, a Certified Public Accountant on the Kenya Power Board

We all think about Kenya Power when the electricity goes off. When watching that final football match, favourite soap opera or a series on Netflix.


Well, it is time to meet the female power in Kenya Power. We have a politician, teacher, an advocate and accountant.


These are the women who think about that power you use for cooking, lighting your living room, charging your phone among other activities 24hours and seven days a week!


It is important to note that unlike many company boards, Kenya Power has fulfilled the constitutional requirement of the two-third gender rule with four women out of the 12 people on the board.


  • Imelda Bore
Imelda Bore, An Advocate who serves the board as Secretary

She is the Secretary to the Board. Imelda is an Advocate of the High Court with more than 15 years of post-admission experience. She is also a Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public.


  • Beatrice Gathirwa
Kenya Power Board
Beatrice Gathirwa, a Certified Public Accountant on the board

She is a Certified Public Accountant with more than 30 years’ experience working in the public sector. She works at Treasury as a Senior Deputy Accountant General/Director of National Assets and Liabilities Management Investment in the Directorate of Public Investment and Portfolio Management.


  • Zipporah Kering
Zipporah Kering, a politician who sits on the board

She is a politician and the Former County Women Representative of Nandi County. She previously worked as a teacher, for more than 20 years, and was also an official of KNUT in Nandi County. She is a member of the board.


  • Brenda Koikoi

She is a Programme Project Officer for Hunger Safety Net in Turkana County. She has also worked as a teacher and other organisations. She is a member of the board.