Justice Grace Ngenye’s career in the Judiciary began in July 2002 as a District Magistrate II (Prof). She rose through the ranks of magistracy up to the position of a Senior Principal Magistrate. She became a judge in August, 2012. Currently, she is serving as a Judge in the Appeals Section of the Criminal Division, High Court at Nairobi. Before joining the Judiciary, she had worked in private legal practice and UNHCR as a Sexual Gender Based Violence Consultant. She was admitted to the Roll of Advocates on 11th January, 1996.
The judge is a graduate of the University of Nairobi with LLB Honours Degree. She has a Master in Business Administration (HRM) Degree from Kenyatta University. She is trained in Civil land Human Rights at Fredrick Nauman Stiftung Institute in Germany. She has served as a Vice Treasurer of KWJA. Currently, she is a member of the Executive Committee of KWJA. She has a passion in contributing to achievements of KWJA’s objectives. She has special focus on sexual gender based violence, Human and Children’s rights. She has a wide experience in criminal, civil and family Law. She is a member of FIDA (K), Kenya Institute of Human Resources and is a Certified Public Secretary (CPS).