#WomenInGeothermal Shilla Chepkemoi

#WomenInGeothermal Shilla Chepkemoi

Designation:  Geochemist How did you get into engineering/science?  I have always had a curious mind from a tender age. A curious eager mind, ready to explore is one of the qualities of a scientist. The most memorable moment in your engineering/science journey at GDC?  Collecting my first gas and water sample from the MW-01A well […]

#WomenInGeothermal Eng. Nancy Kirui

#WomenInGeothermal Eng. Nancy Kirui

Designation:  Electrical Engineer-Equipment Maintenance How did you get into engineering/science? My love for sciences and mathematics led me towards an engineering path The most memorable moment in your engineering/science journey at GDC?  I was part of the team that successfully planned and mobilized the first rig move from the Menengai Project to the Baringo – Silali […]

#WomenInGeothermal Eng. Diana Macodawa

#WomenInGeothermal Eng. Diana Macodawa

Designation: Maintenance Engineer How did you get into engineering/science? I come from a family of engineers. My father is a Civil Engineer whose tasks involve designing and constructing bridges, buildings, roads, and ports. My uncles are also Civil Engineers. As a child, I enjoyed finding out how things worked. Engineering allows me to solve problems […]

#WomenInGeothermal: Eng. Gathoni Mathenge

#WomenInGeothermal: Eng. Gathoni Mathenge

Designation: Drilling Engineer Professional education? I studied Electrical and Electronics Engineering at the University of Nairobi. How did you get into engineering/science? I always wanted to be a pilot, somehow, that never happened. So, when it was time to revise university courses after high school under then Joint Admission Board (Now Kenya Universities and Colleges […]