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May 22nd, 2017
Phyllis Wakiaga

Phyllis Wakiaga

Phyllis Wakiaga,Kenya Association of Manufacturers CEO

Phyllis Wakiaga is the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) Chief Executive Officer.

Wakiaga was appointed CEO in July 2015 after serving as Policy Research and Advocacy Head at KAM since 2013.

The Unit provides the overall direction in the policy and advocacy work of the Association.

She has successfully led the partnership with the National Council on the Administration of Justice to develop the Enforcement Manual to Combat Illicit Trade in Kenya and worked with the Commission on Revenue Allocation on the County Money Bills Project amongst other achievements.

She represents KAM on the Board of the Kenya Industrial Property Institute (KIPI) and is a member of the Kenya Consumer Protection Advisory Committee (KECOPAC).

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