Dorothy Ghettuba is a Kenyan film maker and TV entrepreneur. She is a co-founder of the Nairobi-based Spielworks Media, an African production company launched in 2009. In 2016, she was named among C. Hub magazine's 100 most influential creative personalities. She is also a 2016 Archbishop Tutu Fellow with the African Leadership Institute.
Born and raised in Kenya, Ghettuba studied communications and political science at Andrews University in Michigan, USA. After her graduation, she spent several years living in Canada, where she worked for a period with a venture capital fund. She returned to Kenya shortly after her thirtieth birthday. Ghettuba claims that her original passion was acting, but when she was not selected for roles, she turned to the production side of filmmaking.
She launched Spielworks Media in 2009. She claims that her dream is to turn the company into an African version of the US motion picture studio Universal Pictures.