Kenya, West Africa
Beth is a Nairobi University graduate with a master’s degree in project planning and management and a degree in community development. She also has a post-graduate certificate in exponential technologies from Singularity University California.
Beth started a water filtration social enterprise while she was doing her undergraduate as part of the course work where she built a filter using activated carbon to filter water.
In 2017, she Founded Majik Water, a company that specializes in water-from-air devices to increase access to clean drinking water in arid and semi-arid regions. Beth has won several awards including the EDF Pulse Africa award in France, the MIT water innovation award in Boston, and Oxford innovation award in Britain, African Women in Technology award.