Kenyans in the corporate scene have excelled in their various fields and are now drawing the attention of multinational firms.

Some of the world's top firms have tapped on their expertise to help in establishing strategies for running their organizations.

Business Insider SSA takes a look at some of these Kenyans and the firms they work for:

Mukhisa Kituyi - UNCTAD

The former Trade minister was appointed as Secretary General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) in 2013.

Lizz Ntonjira - IBM

Lizz Ntonjira assumed office as IBM's Communication Manager- Central, East & West Africa in May 2018. She previously served as the firm's External Relations Leader in East Africa.

Charles Mwangi - Tesla

Charles Mwangi is the Director of Engineering at American Motor Company Tesla. He has held the position since November 2016.

Nana Gecaga - ICCA

The International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) appointed Nana Gecaga as deputy chair of its African chapter in July this year.

Stephen Isaboke - Multichoice

Isaboke was appointed as the Group Executive Head of Regulatory for MultiChoice Africa Limited after serving as the MIH East Africa Regional Director since October 2011.

Flora Mutahi - United Nations Global Compact

In June this year, UN Secretary-General António Guterres appointed Flora Mutahi to the board of the United Nations Global Compact.

Nancy Onyango - IMF

Nancy Onyango was appointed as IMF's Director of Internal Audit and Inspection in December 2017.