Role model for Maasai girls sets a sizzling pace
1980: Born at Oldupa Village, Narok West Sub County, Narok County.
1994: Completed her Primary Education at Ololulunga Arid Zone Primary School.
1998: Completed her Secondary Education at the Kenya High School.
2004: Admitted to the Bar as an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya after graduating with Bachelors of Law Degree from the University of Nairobi and a Diploma from the Kenya School of Law.
2006: Became a Member of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and the Global Indigenous Women Caucus.
2008: Worked with the Kituo Cha Sheria as Land Tenure and Gender Specialist where she mostly offered Pro Bono services to members of the public.
2010: Graduated with a Masters of Law Degree in Sustainable International Development from the University of Washington, United States of America.
2011: Legal Adviser to USAID-sponsored ProMara Programme which was concerned with the conservation of the Mau Forest.
2012: Member of the Government Task Force on Community Land Bill.
2013: Elected as the Narok Women Representative to the National Assembly where she is serving as the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Implementation Committee.