Manager – Communications and Knowledge Management
Stephine Ogutu is a Development Communications Specialist with over 7-year work experience in the public development sector having worked with local and international development institutions across different countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Stephine currently serves as the Manager, Communications and Knowledge Management at the International Centre for Evaluation and Development (ICED).
Stephine has managed and successfully played key roles in supporting USAID and other donor-funded projects that cut across: Public Health, Co-operative Development, Development Research, Policy Advocacy, Governance and Accountability, Agribusiness, Peace Building and Countering Violent Extremism (CVE).
As a seasoned communications expert, Ogutu has been involved in strategic media relations where his knowledge and experience has seen him being part of many local and international interviews including the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), the Voice of America (VOA) on trending issues that bother in the interest of African development.
Stephine recently started writing for leading print media in Kenya and Ghana. These channels include: The Standard newspaper, the Financial Fortune Magazine and the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) on topical issues in Africa touching on SDGs, Vision 2030 and African Agenda 2063.