Hon Senator Dr Musuruve is a cancer survivor and a woman with a physical disability. In 2017 she was nominated to represent People with Disabilities in the Kenyan Senate. She sponsored the Kenyan Sign Language Bill which is progressing well to becoming law and currently working on two other bills that seek to transform the lives of children and persons with disabilities.*
In 2020 she became the founding co-chair of the International Parliamentary Network for Education, which works to grow political leadership for education.
She currently serves on the Standing Committee on Education, the Committee on National Cohesion, Integration and Equal Opportunities and the Committee on Tourism, Trade and Industrialization (Vice-Chair).
She is a former primary and secondary school teacher and university lecture and holds a Doctoral degree in Mass Communication, Masters degree in Applied linguistics, First Class Honors degree in Special Education and a diploma in education.