Adelaide Ndilu, a Sister of the Immaculate Heart of Mary religious institute, is a radio producer and an-on-air presenter. She professionally produces and presents feature stories and holds interviews on social justice and church matters for Radio Waumini. In a society where the gap between the poor and the rich continues to broaden, she delights in being voice of the voiceless. Earlier in her career Ndilu served as a teacher in a vocational school in Nigeria, a secretary in St. Luke’s School of Nursing, in North Kinangop Kenya, and as secretary to the Archbishop Emeritus of Mombasa. After completing a degree in mass communications at St. Augustine University of Tanzania in 2010, Ndilu joined the staff of Radio Waumini, a Catholic radio station, where she worked earlier as program manager and an on-air presenter.