Phyllis Wakiaga is a dynamic, results oriented legal professional with a strong track record of over 15 years in Organizational Strategy Development and Implementation, Corporate Governance, Public Policy Advocacy and Formulation, Legislative Reform, Stakeholder Relations, Human Capital Management, Trade Negotiations and Sustainability. She is a transformational leader who is keen to contribute to the sustainable development and economic growth of society.

Ms. Wakiaga is the Chief Executive of the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) and is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya who holds a Masters in International Trade and Investment Law and a Masters in Business Management. She is an alumni of the Swedish Institute Management Program on Sustainable Business Leadership and Corporate Social Responsibility.

Ms. Wakiaga is the UN Global Compact Network, Kenya Chapter Board Chair, Kenya Industrial Water Alliance Chair and a member of the Kenya COVID-19 Fund Board. She represents KAM in a number of institutions including COMESA Business Council, EAC Manufacturers Network, Anti-Counterfeit Agency, and Anti-Illicit Trade Multi-Agency Forum amongst others.

She was recognized as a Top Africa Economic Leader for Tomorrow by Choiseul 100 Africa list 2018 and one of the 2019 Most Influential People of African Descent, Global 100 under 40.