Sati is the founder and chairperson of Kakehashi Africa, a network of scholars from across Africa who have studied in Japan. The organization links African entrepreneurs with investors from Japan, links African companies with Japanese companies, and also supports human resources for local international companies. The network hosted a side event in the seventh Tokyo International Conference on African Development in Yokohama, Japan. It has also been able to take over 6 International incubators including blueMoon Ethiopia, CURAD Uganda, RDB Rwanda, and Nairobi Garage to Japan for a pitch contest on behalf of their startups. The result is 1 Decaf factory to be established in Rwanda and Uganda which begun in 2019, 1 Coffee Yoghurt entrepreneur funded in Uganda, 1 Coffee Cryptocurrency funded in Uganda, over 30 members of the network already employed in several companies and more. Through Japan’s Global Food Value Chain Strategy, Sati was able to organize and host network fairs and seminars with agricultural industry players in different countries. The events happened in Tokyo, Kenya, Tanzania and Cote d’Ivoire. Through the network, USIU-Africa will be signing a student exchange agreement with a Japanese university in 2020, Impala Club Swara Academy has received funding for their development program and the Government of Japan will be introducing a scholarship program for public servants in Kenya beginning 2020.
Having worked previously as an IT Consultant, Mr Sati saw implementation and adoption of software technologies in different companies such as Samchi Telecommunications Ltd and Pwani Cellular Ltd. He is also a sessional lecturer in information technologies at a local university.
Mr Sati has dedicated his life to service. He currently serves Dedan Kimathi University of Technology Alumni Association as its Nairobi Chapter Secretary.
When not working, he is either reading or being a family man.