Eunice M. Waweru, Executive Director and Programs coordinator
As Executive Director, Mrs. Eunice M. Waweru works with the Board to develop and manage the strategic direction of Workers’ Rights Watch. Eunice coordinates all programs for WRW to ensure they effectively communicate our vision and accomplish our mission. She has over 20 years experience as a trade unionist, working closely with shop stewards and other workers representatives, especially in the Kenyan horticultural sector; to help create platforms and channels for remedying their grievances
Florence Obonyo, Programs Support Officer for Labor and Gender
Ms. Florence Obonyo provides overall leadership for projects under Sexual Harassment and Sexual Gender Based violence in the Horticultural Sector. She works closely with the Co-coordinator to offer strategic direction for the projects and oversee their implementation. Offering program support, she is involved in Fundraising and Partnership development for efficient support to the organization and workers’ representatives/ networks. She leads in implementation of the campaign against Sexual Harassment.
Kirsty Wairimu Kibe, Programs officer for standards and certification
Ms. Kirsty Kibe is the Programs officer heading a docket on standards and certification. She is up to date with the standards and codes of conduct and their effect on workers. Along with the coordinator and other partners, Ms. Kibe is working to suggest and put in place measures and guides to ensure that the policies, systems and audit process in the workplace are effective in meeting standards needs and providing a safe working environment.
Steve Biko, Finance Officer
Steve is responsible for managing funds for Workers Rights Watch. He is tasked with ensuring resources are available for project implementation, disbursed appropriately and well accounted for to meet the needs of each project. He works closely with the donors to ensure proper and transparent accountability for funds.