Juliet has a background in journalism and has worked in the fields of communications strategy, publicity, branding and market research across East and Southern Africa. A lot of her work has involved the exploration of avenues for African development through the intersection of heritage, rights and digital technologies. She has utilised these skills in the advocacy of rights including for access to medication and for online rights. More recently she explores connections between online rights and social innovation in Africa.
She holds a Bjourn with specialisation in Digital Media (Rhodes University, South Africa) and is currently in the Kenya cohort of the 2016 Post Graduate Certificate in Social Innovation Management with the Amani Institute.