June Arunga made Clutch Magazine’s list of 21 most powerful and influential women in the world. She was joined by Wangari Mathaai, Ellen Sirleaf, Angelique Kidjo, and Chimamanda Adichie, to name a few. She has made an impact on several fronts and continues to surge forward with more achievements on the horizon. A journalist with a law degree , she is an powerful advocate for Africans making a difference for Africans and serves on the board of advisors for Global Envision, and Grassroot Institute of Hawaii. In 2004 she wrote and hosted BBC’s The Devil’s Footpath, and wrote and presented Africa, Who’s to Blame? She is also a senior fellow with Instituto Bruno Leoni, in Italy. To learn more about all the awardees, visit Clutch Magazine’s website. Yes, just another Kenyan doing what comes naturally.