Safaricom Partners with Mowgli Mentoring to Bridge Gender Diversity Gap

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Paul Kasimu hands Safaricom mentor Linet Odah a serve to lead mentor award given to recognize a mentor who has embodied serve to lead ethos/value and has been highly proactive in supporting their mentee
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Mowgli’s CEO Kathleen Bury hands a certificate of completion to Safaricom mentor

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Mowgli Mentoring is a specialist mentoring organisation which aims to unlock human potential which accelerates economic progress and social change.

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Mowgli Mentoring is a specialist mentoring organisation which aims to unlock human potential which accelerates economic progress and social change.

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