Susan Matindi Waithaka

Susan Matindi Waithaka

Susan Matindi Waithaka is a seasoned professional with a remarkable track record spanning more than two decades in the field of conservation and environmental advocacy. Throughout her career, Susan has embraced diverse roles within government agencies, non-governmental organizations, international institutions, and local communities, accumulating a wealth of experience and knowledge.

Susan’s unwavering passion lies in environmental conservation and tackling the pressing challenges posed by climate change. Her dedication to these causes stems from a genuine concern for the well-being of our planet and a strong desire to secure a sustainable future for generations to come, particularly within the African continent.

As a founding fellow of Women for the Environment Africa (WE Africa), Susan actively contributes to empowering women and promoting their vital role in environmental stewardship. She firmly believes in the power of collaboration and envisions a world where collective efforts shape a greener and more harmonious future.

Beyond her professional endeavours, Susan finds solace and inspiration in the natural world, especially in lush forested environments. She nurtures her spirit of exploration by embarking on enriching travels, allowing her to witness the diverse wonders of our planet. Additionally, Susan cherishes quality time spent with her loved ones, recognizing the importance of family bonds and their role in grounding her pursuits.

Susan’s focus is to champion positive transformation in the Kenya USA Diaspora Regulated Non-WDT Sacco with the same dedication and passion she has put into environmental preservation.