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IEEE Kenya Section

About IEEE Kenya Section

Our History

The IEEE Kenya Section received approval for its formation on 19th November, 1982, with the steering committee comprising of: D.D. Patel, R.J. Davey, P.A. Okelo, G.W. Brown.

The IEEE Kenya section received its charter in 1990 and forms part of IEEE’s worldwide member and geographic activities, which provide unique opportunities to attend technical presentations, create strong peer-to-peer connections, and to participate in leadership opportunities that can make a positive distinction in IEEE members’ jobs and careers.

The IEEE Kenya Section brings together and coordinates technical and networking activities for IEEE members that reside within Kenya, with a vision to be the technical professional’s best resource for achieving life-long career vitality and providing an effective voice on policy and regulatory issues. The section has implemented programs and has been involved in advocating for policies intended to serve and benefit the members, the profession and the general public in Kenya.

Today IEEE Kenya Section has over 250 active members from Student members to Life Members including seasoned professionals. The Section’s headquarters are in Nairobi. There are several societies and affinity groups in the Section.

IEEE Mission Statement

IEEE’s core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.

IEEE Vision Statement

IEEE will be essential to the global technical community and to technical professionals everywhere, and be universally recognized for the contributions of technology and of technical professionals in improving global conditions.

IEEE Tagline

Advancing Technology for Humanity reminds the technology community and the world that IEEE stands at the forefront of technological change for the betterment of humanity. These four words are a reflection of the IEEE mission and vision, positioning statement, and brand promise. It is the hope that all individuals who see this tagline will better understand and appreciate the role that technology and IEEE play in creating a better tomorrow. IEEE accomplishes this overarching goal through its publications, conferences, educational programs, standards development, and IEEE members’ everyday research and professional activities.

Kenya Section Volunteers

Elected Officials

Esther Muchiri


Vincent Egessa

Immediate Past Chair

Dominic Juma


Sally Musonye


Elected/Nominated Officials

Past Elected Officials

Region 8 and Africa Council