Founder & C.E.O.
Meet Becky Omodho, our founder and CEO at Joojoo Stores. She is passionate about fashion and ultimately Kenya which is how she had the idea to launch an online Kenyan fashion marketplace where Kenyan brands and Kenyans at large can connect and grow the fashion community in Kenya. Becky is a graduate of Brunel University with a PhD in Immuno-Biology who loves to escape to Maasai Mara whenever she can get a holiday.
Pooja is our charismatic operations manager who keeps the Joojoo Stores machine well oiled and running efficiently. She is a graduate of Portsmouth University with a BA in Fashion & Textile design.
She came back to her place of birth (Nairobi, Kenya) after studies and has since then built up her experience in the Fashion industry with a focus on luxury fashion brands.
As founder of luxury fashion accessories brand Ocell Luxury and having worked with top brands like Mille Collines and Industrie Africa, Pooja is committed to establishing the Kenyan Fashion scene and taking it to the world!
We all have our weaknesses and Pooja's is chocolate cake and if you are looking to put a smile on her face then you'll need to get to know her favourite bakery.
When she isn't busy moving and shaking the Fashion world she can be found traveling to far fetched locations and painting in her spare time.
Digital Marketing Manager
Mikhail is in charge of all things brand and digital at JooJoo Stores. He is a graduate of USIU-Africa and has over 15 years experience working with brands within Kenya.
Mikhail has a background in several disciplines including Photography, Music, Strategy and Marketing. He is dedicated to building home-grown brands up to the point where they are an easy match for International players.
In his spare time Mikhail loves watching comedy shows and sailing whenever he gets the opportunity.
I'm a graduate of Boma International Hospitality College, with a higher national diploma in Hotel Management. I enjoy freelance writing and poetry in all forms. My love for travel will get me publishing a travel & culture magazine in the future and just a by the way, I prefer bush safaris to island trips.
One thing I believe in, the world's diversity is created by the people in it. It's represented by the stories we tell through history, generational beliefs, continental culture, and lifestyle.
I'm always glad to tag along when anyone is up to trying new cuisines!