Kaveto is the CEO and founder of Flushh, a social enterprise that is building innovative waterless toilets for underserved communities in Namibia. He is also a One Young World Ambassador, a Global Good Fund alumnus and a Mandela Washington Fellow who is passionate about using business as a force for good in society. Prior to starting his own company, he worked for PKF auditors, which provides multi-disciplinary auditing and business services. Including a Professional Development Experience with Deloitte consulting in Arlington, Virginia.
Kaveto teamed up with Jaqueline Goldin for the development of his science engagement project for Flushh – Sustainable, Empowering, Sanitation – to conduct short term evaluation of community projects in a participatory research manner with a strong focus on gender.