Brad is the Deputy National Director of KESWA. He has has worked with various organisations in different capacities such as Sex Worker Academy Africa (SWAA-Programme Officer), Ishtar-MSM (Research Assistant) and Hoymas. Brad has closely worked with human rights organisations in and out of Kenya to advance the rights of sex workers and their sexual, health and reproductive freedoms. He is a member of the Kenya’s Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGIE) research advisory committee whose mandate is to ensure meaningful community engagement, development and ownership of research intiatives. One of his key achievements is being among the team that produced Kenya Sex Workers’ Shadow Report on the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) titled “Aren’t We Also Women?” The report was submitted to the United Nations Committee on CEDAW during the 68th Session in 2017.
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