Muthoni is a tech enthusiast who can not code to save her life but can sell you a good story. She began working at a technology startup based in Nairobi while still in university as a brand ambassador and this is what tweaked her interest in technology and business. Muthoni has worked on different projects ever since and has experience in sales & marketing, building & maintaining relationships and project management. She is currently teaching herself how to film and edit videos. Muthoni is also the dedicated blogger for Startup Grind Nairobi.
Muthoni holds an undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Commerce (Business Information Systems) from the University of Nairobi. She is currently pursuing a Postgraduate Diploma in Education from the University of Nairobi.
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