Former TV anchor Janet Mbugua, recently visited the Capital FM studios to speak on her role on the Lifebuoy “Help A Child Reach 5 ” campaign. Capital Campus had the opportunity to sit with the elegant beauty to find out how she got her start in industry media. The popular media personality shared her top tips anyone hoping to make their name in media should be mindful of to find true success.
Starting out at Capital FM at age 19, Janet Mbugua was trained by Sean Cordovellis a veteran in Kenyan media, before joining the university. She later went on to conquer the small screen as a news anchor, an important time in her illustrious career so far. Now on a break from television, her career continues to grow as she finally works on passion projects collaborating with several brands. A master at multitasking, Janet’s media essentials are critical to anyone who hopes to fast track their career in media.