Peter Ogego speaks to World Affairs Council members and guests discussing Kenya's place as one of the leading economies in Africa and the future path Kenya must now take in light of recent events in order to continue progressing as a prominent nation in Africa and the world community- World Affairs Council of Washington D.C.
As CEO of Sage Associates, Prudence Bushnell works with senior executives to enhance leadership performance, particularly during crises. Her work with public and private sector institutions around the country builds upon experiences and achievements in the U.S. Foreign Service, which included assignments as Ambassador to the Republics of Guatemala (1999-2002) and Kenya (1996-1999), and Dean of the Leadership and Management School at the Foreign Service Institute (2002-2005).
Ms. Bushnell also served as the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs in Washington, D.C., and held positions in Bombay, India; the Foreign Service Institute; and Dakar, Senegal. Before joining the Foreign Service in 1981, Ms. Bushnell had a successful career in management and leadership training.
His Excellency Peter Nicholas Rateng’ Oginga Ogego was appointed the Kenyan Ambassador to the United States on September 5, 2006. Prior to this appointment, His Excellency served as the Kenyan High Commissioner for Canada and as the Kenyan Ambassador to Cuba. Ambassador Ogego has also served domestic posts, particularly in the Kenyan Office of the President as Commissioner of Special Programs, Vice Chairman of National Disaster and a member of the Emergency Response Committee.
Aside from his government positions, His Excellency involved himself in various charitable agencies in Nairobi including the Development Communication Institute, the Social Development Network, and the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Foundation as its consulting director.