Jael  Mbogo is a Kenyan social worker, women rights campaigner and politician. Jael Mbogo trained as a shorthand typist and she was the first female shorthand typist employed to work at the City Council of Nairobi. She studied for an economics deree in the United States of America and worked with women political groups in Tanzania, before returning to Kenya in 1965. She became a political figure by the turn of the 1960s. She contested against Mwai Kibaki, in 1969 for the parliamentary seat of Bahati. She also served as Chairperson of the Maendeleo Ya Wanawake Organisation.

She was awarded the 3rd Class, Moran of the Burning Spear