Tabitha Joy Raore is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya currently practicing as a litigator for one of the top commercial law firms in the Country. Her introduction to KNDC was in the 2012 Amnesty Human Rights Debate where she participated as an adjudicator and was awarded the Best Female Adjudicator Award. She is a seasoned debator and judge having had much practice with the BP Style of debating at the University of Southampton’s Debating Society during. Joy has contributed to KNDC as an adjudicator, training director and currently Board Chair. She has also been responsible for some of KNDC’s treasured partnerships including Anjarwalla & Khanna Sponsorship and the E-Summit Global Programme. She is passionate about debate, particularly the use of debate to foster good citizenship and civic participation. She is a firm believer of Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s statement that one should not raise their voice but seek to improve their argument!!!