I am a high performing, problem solver and innovative Project Management Professional ( PMP Certified) with a successful history in implementing hundreds of emerging digital-based technologies at enterprise levels within the Automotive industry. Drives business performance through aggressive project governance process and one who possess resolute determination and passion, resulting in delivering critical projects being on time and within budget. A natural people leader who has insightful cross-culture exposure while working with geographically diversified and multi-functional teams; identifying mutual goals and inspires others to achieve shared goals.
I was born and raised in Mombasa, Kenya. Brought up in a culture where education for women was not a priority I had to overcome the obstacles thrown my way and with the support of my mother who raised me as a single mother, I became the first girl in my entire family to pursue higher studies. I was awarded 'Academic Excellence Scholarship' to study Finance & Banking at UAE University 'the top University' in UAE and graduated with a GPA of 3.97.
Having grown from supporting project managers to managing small enterprise projects to large enterprise digital projects in a span of 5 years I have gathered my learnings through out the years hoping to help people grow in their careers and inspire others through my weekly motivational posts.
October 11th, 2021 | 2 mins 7 secs
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On this episode of the SIWIKE podcast, Luki and Maliha have a conversation about Growing Up Against The Grain. Maliha is a Project Manager and Content Creator. In this conversation, Luki and Maliha talk about Maliha as a kid growing up in Kenya, not wanting to follow the same route as girls in her community, and her struggle to find a job after graduation. They also share some useful tips for anyone struggling to find a job.