Sheila Kwamboka better known as Kwambox (Photo: Kwambox/ Instagram)

Sheila Kwamboka, better known as Kwambox, has made a name for herself in the media industry.

From her modelling days to winning the Miss Tourism pageantry back in 2015, she has proven to be a Jill of all trades. The bubbly media personality once graced our screens when she participated in the reality show, Big Brother Africa.

Born and raised in Nairobi, Kwambox has also been a television host but is more passionate about radio, having previously worked at Homeboyz Radio.

Kwambox is currently a radio host on Vybez Radio where she hosts the morning show. She also doubles up as an events host.

The radio presenter was among the other 10 Africans selected by Meta for the Creators of Tomorrow initiative. Comedian Crazy Kennar made the cut as well.

The telecommunications giant company recently launched the Creators of Tomorrow showcase, which 'highlights diverse individual talents across Europe, The Middle East, and Africa, who are inspiring a new movement of creative content online.


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Meta said the Creators of Tomorrow were selected because "they are breaking out amongst their communities online, and showcase a best-in-class approach to video formats, technology, and interactive entertainment," adding that the creatives will be "integral to the evolution of the metaverse."

In addition, Meta says it will closely work with the selected creators over the next year to help them expand their audiences and turn their passions into professions.

Clearly a woman on the move, Kwambox has mastered the art and skill of remaining relevant in the entertainment and media industry.

Sheila, who is full of life, engages her audience from time to time with videos of her impressive dancing skills on social media, something her audience has come to love her for.

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