Caroline C. Towett is a psychologist. She holds a Master of Public Administration degree from University of Nairobi, Bachelor’s degree (Psychology Special) from Gujarat University, Ahmedabad India.
Caroline has over 20 years’ experience in working in the children protection sector. She has been in charge of two statutory institutions dealing with children and youth under the Juvenile Justice System overseeing management of rehabilitation programs and psychosocial support services for both children and their families. She has been involved in the development of policies and guidelines related to rehabilitation and treatment of children and youth in conflict with the law. She has expertise in policy formulation and implementation, resource mobilization, management of partnerships and conflict resolutions.
In her work, Caroline has interacted with stakeholders that include line Ministries, County Governments, Development Partners, Civil Society Organizations, Faith based organizations among others. She has sat in many Task Forces and Committees, latest being National Council of Administration of Justice on Child Matters and Taskforce on Policy, Legal, Institutional and Administrative Reforms Regarding Intersex Persons of Kenya. She has also been involved in a number of researches and public awareness fora.
Currently she is the Acting Chief Executive Officer at the Street Families Rehabilitation Trust Fund. She is the Secretary to the board of Trustees