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Gina Din (born 23 October 1961) is a businesswoman in East Africa, particularly Kenya, specializing in strategic communication and public relations.[1] She worked at Barclays Bank for 14 years.[2] Some of her clients are Safaricom, Kenya Airways, KCB and Kenya Red Cross.[2] Din was born in Nanyuki, Kenya.[3] and attended the London School of Journalism. She was named by the New African magazine as one of 100 Most Influential Africans in business.[4][5] Gina is married to Christopher Kariuki and they have 2 children, Natalya Din-Kariuki and Naythan Din-Kariuki.[6]

Gina Din-Kariuki is a mentor, respected businesswoman, and philanthropist. Recently, she visited Sauti Kuu Recreational Center in Kogelo, Alego Usonga.

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  1. ^ , July 21, 2015, Media Max Network, One-on-one with one of Kenya’s top entrepreneurs, Gina Din-Kariuki, Retrieved July 30, 2015 , "......"
  2. ^ a b MARCH 27, 2015, Daily Nation,, Why I think I’m a great mum and wife (and PR tycoon), Retrieved July 30, 2015 , "....Worked for Barclays Bank for 14 years ... numerous awards at public relations society galas... voted among 100 Most Influential Africans by New African Magazine in 2013. She has handled some big accounts like Safaricom, Kenya Airways, KCB and Kenya Red Cross, among others..."
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  5. ^ Standard Reporter, November 27th 2013, Standard Media, New Crisis is Coming, Retrieved July 30, 2015 , "..pan-African public relations practitioner has been named one of the 100 most influential Africans in the latest edition of New African Magazine..."
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