Felogene Anumo

Regional Director, Africa
Felogene is a pan-African feminist activist with experience in advancing gender, social, and economic justice through research, advocacy, and capacity strengthening feminist led organizing locally and globally. Formerly, she co-led the Building Feminist Economies Program at the Association of Women’s Rights and Development. She has also worked with Women in Law and Development in Africa (Kenya Chapter) and the African Women’s Development and Communication Network. Felogene is a chapter contributor to Gender, Protests and Political Change in Africa and co-author of the “Report on the Status of Ratification on the Rights of Women in Africa.” Her articles and written contributions have been published by Cambridge Core Blog, Open Global Rights,Open Democracy, Girls Globe, Civil Society Futures, Kenya’s Daily Nation, Transnational Institute, Pambazuka News, and the Business and Human Rights Journal. She serves on the boards of Safe Action Abortion Fund and Moving the Goalposts in Kenya. Felogene enjoys spending her free time exploring the world with and through the lens of her 8-year-old daughter.