A few weeks ago, when Kenneth M Kinyanjui mentioned he was working on an African Women In Tech conference, I thought that was really cool. I wasn’t very interested, though. Weird, I realize now seeing that I live, breathe and live more in organizing events. Little did I know what in store both for the Women In Tech In Kenya and for me on a personal level.
Interestingly the announcement happened while I was reading the book Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes and something in it spoke to my fears.
“I love working. It is creative and mechanical and exhausting and exhilarating and hilarious and disturbing and clinical and maternal and cruel and judicious, and what makes it all so good is the hum. There is some kind of shift inside me when the work gets good. A hum begins in my brain, and it grows, and it grows, and that hum sounds like the open road, and I could drive it forever.
And a lot of people, when I try to explain …read more
Read more here:: Muthoni Wanyoike’s Diary Entry on the #AWITKenya 2016