Kenya Power Director Recognised Among Outstanding Female Executives


Nairobi — Kenya Power’s Board member, Elizabeth Rogo, has been recognized as one of 100 Outstanding Female Executives in the African Oil and Gas sector by the news and information website African Shapers.

The list comprises women who are leading lights and have significantly contributed to the development of the African Oil and Gas sector through their exceptional skills and hard work.

Rogo is the Founder and CEO of TSAVO Oilfield Services, a technical firm serving the Oil and Gas, Geothermal and Mining sectors within the East African region.

She is also the Chair of the Strategy and Innovation Board Committee of Kenya Power where she helps drive the Company’s strategic direction, innovations and investment decisions and is also a member of Kenya Power’s Board Audit Committee.

Rogo was also appointed to the Presidential Taskforce on the Review of Power Purchase Agreement.

“I am truly humbled by this global recognition and wish to congratulate my fellow women executives who were equally recognized. As models we must not only inspire but also provide opportunities for other women to join and excel in what is still a male-dominated sector,” said Rogo.

Rogo holds over 21 years of international experience mainly in Oil & Gas in the USA, Europe and Africa in engineering, operations (onshore and offshore)and senior management with global companies.

She made history as the first woman to head drilling related operations in Sub Sahara Africa as country manager(Kenya) followed by regional head (Eastern Africa)for a global American company.