Angellah Jasmine Kairuki
Deputy Minister for Constitutional and Legal Affairs
Ministry of Constitutional and Legal Affairs of Tanzania
LLB, University of Hull; PgDL in Legal Practice, Staffordshire University. Former: Head, Department of Ethics, Compliance and Governance, VODACOM Group; Parliamentary Draftsman, Attorney-General's Chambers; State Attorney, Office of the Director of Public Prosecution. Currently, Member of Parliament and Deputy Minister for Constitutional and Legal Affairs of the United Republic of Tanzania; former Deputy Chairperson, Parliamentary Committee on Constitutional, Legal Affairs and Public Administration. Secretary-General, Tanzania Women Parliamentary Group. Member: National Executive Committee, Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM)(ruling party); National Council of UWT, the ruling party's women wing. 2011, appointed by the Speaker of the National Assembly to represent Tanzania in the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU); elected by the IPU assembly to become a Member of the Human Rights Committee of the IPU. Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania; Member, Tanzania Institute of Arbitrators.