Terry Ramadhani Bio, Age, KEMSA Suspension, Husband, Education, Salary and Net Worth.

Terry Ramadhani, born Terry Ramadhani Kiunge is a renowned Kenyan businesswoman, human resource professional, and corporate executive and currently serving as deputy ambassador, in New Delhi India. Terry rose to prominence while working as the Chief Executive Officer at Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA).

The Nyeri-born entrepreneur caught public attention after she was suspended from her position at KEMSA following an anti-Malaria net from the Global Fund that involved over Ksh 3.7 billion. Despite being ousted for this scandal, Terry was still appointed as a Deputy ambassador in Ruto’s government.

Her appointment has left many in Kenya wondering how lucky she is to be fired from one government job and get hired to another government job. In our feature, we the story of Terry Ramadhan, her career journey, husband, salary, and net worth.

Terry Ramadhan Age and Place of Birth

Terry was born in 1980, born and raised in Nyeri County, Kenya.

Education Background

Being born and raised in Nyeri County, she attended her lower education in Nyeri. She then joined Loretto High School, in Limuru where she attained a campus grade, joining Kenyatta University where she pursued a Bachelor of Education degree.

On top of that, she also holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Liverpool, in the United Kingdom. Terry is also a certified project management professional and a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

Terry Ramadhani Career

Terry Ramadhani

Terry displays a true definition of a career and business lady, despite being an entrepreneur she has managed to work as a Human Resource personnel for over two decades.

She has worked with big organizations such as Aga Khan University, serving as the Director of Academy HR and Global Change. From Aga Khan, she moved to the public sector working in the Executive Office of the President of Kenya, in the President’s Delivery Unit.

In this capacity, she spearheaded the implementation of the national government’s Health projects. She would later achieve the promotion of a lifetime becoming the first non-medic & 1st Woman CEO of KEMSA. Previously she had served as a board member before her appointment.

The lady from Mountain took the helm from Jonah Manjari who was shown the door due to procurement scandals that involved deals worth billions of Kenyan Shillings during the Covid-19 season.

Suspension From KEMSA and Appointment as Deputy Ambassador.