Joey Muthengi is no stranger to the media industry. Having started her media journey at Capital FM in 2009 as a radio presenter and producer, she has remained relevant to date throughout her media career.
She is famed for hosting and producing the wildly popular youth show, Hits not Homework.
Joey has done it all; From emceeing to hosting, acting and at one point being a video jockey, Joey can as well be described as a Jill of all trades.
Describing herself as a public figure, Joey has a passion for music and spoken word poetry.
Joey has had the pleasure of hosting some of the biggest shows in East Africa and has done exemplarily well while at it.
“I hope to soon return to the screen to reprise my role as a capable host and presenter”, she says.
Joey is currently working as an events host, influencer as well as part-time correspondent for Voice of America.
She also doubles up as an actress and has been part of several local drama TV series including the award-winning family drama Changing Times, which aired on KTN.
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She was also lead character in the drama series Prem, which first aired on KTN.
Joey once served as brand ambassador for the international company, Betin.
She is co-founder and director of The Muthengi Foundation, a non-profit organisation aimed at creating economic empowerment through mentorship.
Joey runs the foundation alongside her brother, Holy Dave Muthengi, who has also had a stint in the media industry.