Terryanne Chebet – Profile, Education, Age, Daughter, Husband, George Kirumburu Nganga, Life History, Net worth, Wealth, Keyara Organics, Scarlet Digital

Terryanne Chebet – Biography, Boyfriend, Salary, Family, Contacts

Terryanne Chebet was born in Kitale, Kenya. At age 18 she came to Nairobi to fulfill her dreams.

She is currently the host of Kenya’s leading Business News magazine, Citizen Business Centre, and has worked in key financial journalism institutions such as CNBC Africa, CCTV Africa and National Broadcaster KBC.

Chebet is also a moderator, poem writer and speaker, having facilitated key national and state business and economic events.

Terryanne Chebet Education Background

Terryanne Chebet went to Primary and High School in Kitale. From 2000 – 2002, Terryanne Chebet studied French level-2 at Alliance Francaise in Nairobi.

From 2001 – 2004 she attended the School of Information & Advertising for her Diploma in TV & Radio production, Public Relations and Advertising.

From 2016 – 2018, Terryanne Chebet is studying IBA – International Business Adminstration- Marketing at the United States International University.

Terryanne Chebet Job History

From January 2014 – Present, Terryanne Chebet is a Senior Anchor, Associate Business News Editor at Citizen TV. She is also the host of The Business Centre on Wednesdays at 9pm.

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From May 2014 she is the founder of Keyara Organics. Keyara Organics is a natural skincare company with a soul and a real passion for African ingredients.

From August 2012, she is the founder of Scarlet Digital a company specializing in Digital ( Web Development, SEO, Blogging ) & Social Media, Marketing Communications, Content Creation, Public Relations and Brand Strategy.

From November 2011 – February 2013, Terryanne Chebet was a Business News Anchor at CCTV News International in Nairobi. She was a TV host for ‘Bizz Africa” CCTV’s flagship business program filmed in Nairobi, with live markets crossings to Johannesburg, Washington and London.

From August 2010 – February 2012 she was an Associate editor and Business News Anchor at Citizen TV.

From March 2007 – August 2010 she was a reporter and also a Producer at CNBC Africa.

from 2009 – 2010 she was the Head of Sponsorship Committee of the Kenya Women in Film & TV with the task of Proposing funding models and opportunities.

From September 2006 – March 2007, she was a Client Service Executive at Express Advertising in charge of  Client relations.

From September 2002 – February 2007, she was a News Anchor, TV Producer & Director at the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation.  She hosted news on the National Broadcaster as well as produced and directed various TV shows such as Kids Unlimited and Code 254.

From 2002 – 2004, she was an actress at Phoenix Players. She used to juggle between the Phoenix Theatre, School and work at KBC.

Terryanne Chebet Family, Parents

Terryanne Chebet father was a curator at a Kitale Museum and her mother was a house wife. She has two brothers and two sisters.

Terryanne Chebet Daughter, Husband, Boyfriend

Terryanne Chebet has a daughter whom she named Imani Wambui. George Kirumburu Ng’ang’a is said to be the father of the adorable girl. George is an actor who doubles up as a producer, and his work can be seen in The Constant Gardener and XYZ Show.

Terryanne is said to have met George while working at the national broadcaster, KBC where she used to work before landing lucrative a job in CNBC Africa. Terryanne broke up with George and they are no longer in good terms.

Terryanne Chebet Scarlet Digital

In August 2012 Terryanne Chebet Founded Scarlet Digital. Their offices are located at Down hill court, Riara Lane, House no 6.

Scarlet Digital deals with Web Development, SEO, Blogging, Social Media, Marketing Communications, Content Creation, Public Relations and Brand Strategy.

Terryanne Chebet Keyara Organics

Through her Instagram account, Terryanne Chebet revealed that her daughter has a skin condition called Eczema.

This is a medical condition in which patches of skin become rough and inflamed, with blisters that cause itching and bleeding, sometimes resulting from a reaction to irritation (eczematous dermatitis) but more typically having no obvious external cause.

However, for Terryanne Chebet, this was a blessing in disguise as it gave her an idea to start something that will help every lady in the country.

May 2014 Terryanne Chebet founded Keyara Organics which is steadily growing to cater for the needs of ladies and gentlemen who want to have a supple skin that glitters and looks soft. Keyara Organics produces skin treatment products aimed at giving Kenyans a nice skin.

Terryanne Chebet says Keyara Organics is a natural skincare company with a soul and a real passion for African ingredients and has a vision to grow the company to be among the world’s leading Natural Skincare brands, understanding that everyone needs a natural skincare routine.

Keyara’s portfolio has since expanded and now includes body butters, body balms, soaps and hair food. Some of the products are 100% natural, while others are formulated. They are made using coconut, shea butter, cocoa butter, almond oil and macadamia oil infused with aromatic blends of essential oils. The oils, butters and scents are sourced from Uganda, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa and Morocco.

Keyara’s range is manufactured in the Kikuyu factory, about 20km northwest of central Nairobi, and retail at health and beauty stores. It has also contracted a distributor who supplies outlets in the US and Europe.

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Terryanne Chebet

Email: hello@terryannechebet.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TerryanneChebet
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