Jane Ndenga is a Sportswoman living with disability and has specialized in Wheelchair Tennis. She has attained a Diploma in Community Counseling and Certificate in Public Relations and Customer Care from Kenya Institute of Professional Studies. Her love for sports motivated her to pursue and attain a Certificate in Coaching from Kenya Lawn Tennis and Action Network for The Disabled and Coaches across the continent. Jane is also trained in Sexual and Reproductive Health.
At Action Network for the disabled, Jane has served as a Sports Coach in inclusive sport –changing the game project, She was in charge of two schools in Kasarani –Treeside Special and Kasarani primary with the autistic unit. She has since been promoted at the same reputable organization as a Project Officer leading Sexual and Reproductive Health.
Jane is The SOYA award winner 2018 Woman living with disability, she won gold in both singles at the ITF World Team Cup Africa qualifier in Nairobi that saw her qualify for the World Team Cup held in The Netherlands. She won gold in doubles and reached singles semi-finals at ITF Nairobi Open Futures, Won gold in doubles and reached Semis in singles at the Britam Kenya Open, Silver medals in Singles and doubles at ITF Dan Devan Wheelchair Tennis Futures in Ghana and Nigeria.
She is elected regional representative at the International Tennis Federation (ITF) World Wheelchair Tennis Players Council representing Africa, she is also elected player representative in Kenya Lawn Tennis Council.