Amy Wanday

Amy Wanday is a graduate of the African Leadership Academy and the Founder of The African
Sports Network, a social enterprise which aims to increase engagement and awareness in the
sports business industry. She is also the Co-Lead at CampBuni, a human centered design thinking
and innovation boot camp for Kenyan youth. At 21 years old, her overall purpose in life is to
use her passions for sports, entrepreneurial leadership, education and the youth to transform
the African sports industry, while at the same time, empowering the youth to be focused,
disciplined and innovative and to rise up as young leaders. Her work in sports led her to give a
TEDx Youth talk titled “Shaping the future of sport in Africa.” She was listed as the 3rd most
influential sports personality in Kenya and 28th most influential young Kenyan in 2018 on the
100 Most Influential Young Kenyans 2018 list. In June 2019, she won the youth sports
entrepreneur of the year award at the 2019 Kenya Youth Entrepreneurship Awards. In October
2019, she was a panelist at the inaugural Athens Women’s Football Summit, representing
African women’s football. In November 2019, she won the arts, sports and culture award at the
Top Women In Business Awards Kenya. She is currently studying sports management and
marketing at Geneva Business School’s Barcelona Campus.