Angela Ndambuki | CEO
The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Angela Ndambuki, CEO, The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Ms. Angela Ndambuki is the current Chief Executive Officer of the Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Prior to this position, she worked with the Performers Rights Society of Kenya (PRISK) as the Chief Executive Officer. Ms. Ndambuki is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya. She holds a Master of Laws Degree (LLM) in Intellectual Property Law from the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom and a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB) from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. 

She has vast experience in strategic leadership, advocacy with a wealth of business knowledge and management experience. Ms. Ndambuki has a passion for advocacy issues and was instrumental in amending the Copyright Act 2001, Laws of Kenya in line with the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) Beijing Treaty on Audio-visual Performances. In addition to being a WIPO Consultant, she has worked closely with the Government and has given her expertise in Intellectual Property to the youth programmes. 

Ms. Ndambuki emerged the country winner of the prestigious CEO Global Awards; Africa’s Most Influential Women in Business and Government in the category of Welfare and Civil Society Organisations in 2015. Recently, she was listed among the top 40 under 40 women Kenya 2017 Awards.

She has in depth knowledge of public-private partnership and relationship building with development partners, trade and investment support institutions and relevant government institutions. She has significant experience at Board governance having served as a member on various Boards and Committees. She currently sits as a board member at the Machakos County Entertainment Centre for Film, Media, Music and the Arts.


VIP Conference Day 1 @ 17:20

Creating a safe, modern and integrated railway

  •     Addressing the infrastructure, safety and interoperability of integrated networks 
  •     Using technology to create conditions which allow for uninterrupted service  
  •     Putting safety first and identifying weak points  
  •     The importance of independent regulatory bodies for eliminating biases 

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