Okore describes herself as an Afro-politico-feminist. An International relations and diplomacy graduate from the University Of Nairobi, Kenya. Current Chief of trade and investment at the Pan African Chamber of Commerce which is a confederation of African Chambers of commerce and industries, business networks and professional associations.
She is the Vice Chairperson of Ukweli Party a grassroot political institution that enables the people to own their power and where leaders truly serve the people in accordance to the principles of fairness, inclusion, equity and justice.Okore is a thought leader having been part of various globally shifting conversations from the African youth perspectives discourse at Chatham House In London, the 31st African Union summit on anti-corruption in Noaukchott-Mauritania, 2018 Africa youth conference held in Nairobi by UN Women on youth engagement in governance, First Geopolitical Conference held in Kampala-Uganda among many more. She is a creative freelance writer, political analyst and an unapologetic feminist.
A digital activist expert with 4 years experience in digital activism, creating digitally safe spaces for women. Okore is a thought leader, a creative freelance writer, political analyst and an unapologetic feminist.