A professional working in allied fields with natural childbirth and/or conscious parenting
Evelyne has over 13 years of experience in women rights advocacy with current specific interest in reproductive rights. She is the Center for Reproductive Rights’ Regional Director for Africa where she manages the Center’s Africa program working in five priority African countries and at the Africa regional level. Prior to joining the Center, she worked on reproductive health and rights issues in Africa serving as the Regional Policy Associate for Ipas, an International organization working in fourteen African countries. She previously worked the Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Kenya, a pioneer women right’s organization Evelyne has also formerly worked as a State Law Officer in the Office of the Attorney General of Kenya. She holds degree in MA, Gender and Development from the University of Nairobi and Bachelor of Laws degree from Pune University. She is also a part time lecturer on Gender and Law at the University of Nairobi, and speaks English, Kiswahili, and Luo.