Earlier this year, Microsoft announced its Windows #Insiders4Good East Africa Fellowship, supporting local entrepreneurs in bringing their business ideas to life, including many whose concepts are specifically aimed at helping various communities, and making positive social changes.
This week, Microsoft returned to Nairobi, Kenya, to bring together its 21 new Fellows for a 'Boot Camp', to help them refine their ideas, and take the first important steps towards transforming those concepts into viable, sustainable businesses. I'm in Nairobi to meet the Fellows, to learn about their plans, and about how Microsoft is supporting them - and I'll be bringing you more coverage on that later this week.
Microsoft's Dona Sarkar, head of the Windows Insider Program (also known as its Chief Ninja Cat), will be taking some time out of her busy schedule here in Kenya, to have a chat with me, discussing the East Africa Fellowship, the wider #Insiders4Good initiative, and answering some questions from Windows Insiders.
Our chat is pencilled in for Tuesday, so if you've got any questions that you'd like answered, submit them in the comments below, or on Twitter using the hashtag #AskDona, and I'll select some to ask within the limited time we'll have available.