Agnes Oloo brings to CLASP an unwavering passion for inclusion for the marginalized in our society especially women and youth. She has over five years of experience supporting program implementation in various social impact projects across sectors from Education and Technology to Training and Personal Development. Prior to joining CLASP she worked in EdTech as an administrator and program coordinator, notably supporting the planning and execution of The Kenya EdTech Summit hosted in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation.
Agnes received a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Nairobi in Economics and Statistics.
Her core values are Joy, Generosity and Community. Outside of work she enjoys hanging out with friends, writing and performing music.