Stephanie Musho

Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights | Kenya

2020 New Voices Fellow

Steff Musho Aspen New Voices 2020 Fellow
Stephanie Musho is an accomplished human rights lawyer currently working on financing for the SDGs and global financial architecture reform.  She previously worked on gender and reproductive justice and  in different capacities on projects for the World Health Organization; the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; the Graca Machel Trust, the END Fund and the People’s Vaccine Alliance. She is currently the Advocacy and Campaigns Lead for Sharing Strategies.
Having been a teenage mother herself, she is committed to ensure that girls who find themselves in similar situations are able to continue to live out their dreams to their fullest potential. Steff is the Founder and Host of the Steff Musho Show, an audio-visual podcast on leadership in Africa where she has interviewed among others H.E. President John Kufuor; H.E. Prof Ameenah Gurib Fakim and music legend Ms. Yvonne Chaka Chaka. She also hosted a 6-part series called the New Cold War that investigates and exposes the illegal and unethical tactics the opposition uses to negate sexual and reproductive health and rights in Kenya – and beyond; and the impact it has had on women, girls and sexual and gender minorities. In 2015 Steff was named one of Africa’s top emerging female leaders by the Moremi Initiative. She is also a YALI fellow and an Aspen New Voices Fellow 2020.