Dolphine Emali has over 17 years of Storytelling, Social justice accountability advocacy, Media production, and Media and Communication Training. She has trained over 300 media practitioners from Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, and Rwanda to tell compelling and impactful stories. Dolphine helped design Gay and Lesbian Coalition, Kenya (GALCK’s) communication taskforce for the decriminalization petition. There, she also trained spokespersons, members of SOGIE community on active media engagement. Her pet subject is human rights & healthcare access. MediaStorm trained Dolphine in multimedia methodology in 2013. Netherlands Fellowship Programs (NFP) awarded Dolphine two fellowships in 2008 and 2012 to study training with Radio Netherlands Training Center.
She has trained for prestigious organizations like Internews, Africa Digital Media Academy in Rwanda, and the Agha Khan University, Media School. Dolphine is a Jack Picone photography mentee and a film and video production diploma holder from Kenya Institute of Mass Communication (KIMC). Dolphine’s photography has featured at Alliance Francais in Nairobi for various exhibitions. She also contributed to the first Nairobi edition of New York’s ‘Slideluck Potshow.’ She Won Picture Of the Year (POYi) award 3rd place News story, multimedia in collaborated work and was nominee, Amnesty International, UK – New media category in 2009. She is currently pursuing her Master of Science in Communication, Marketing, and Management at TBS in France.