A Finance and Strategy professional with business experience at a senior management level adept at implementing business improvement strategies, restructuring initiatives, and enabling strategic decision making through the provision of informed advice.
Business sector exposure spans across Geothermal, Business Consulting, International Banking, Corporate Agriculture, NGOs and Government appointed organizations.
BRAND & MARKETING COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST
Branding for Startup & SMEs | Branding for Social Change | Social Marketing | Behavior Change Communication
Angela is brand & marketing communication strategist with over a decade experience building and managing brands. She has contributed to the growth and success of different multinational/multicultural brands in the private and development sectors, executing relevant strategic and targeted branded campaigns resulting in; increased awareness, stakeholder engagement and fostered bilateral partnerships.
Esianoi Pashile has Over 10 years’ experience in nutrition, public health and international development. Her work in public health and nutrition ranges from extensive experience majorly in Monitoring and Evaluation of Health and Nutrition Programs to program design, implementation, management, and health staff training and coaching
Douglas Odhiambo Owino
B.Ed (Moi); M.Res (St. Andrews, UK); M.B.A. (UoN), CS (Heidelberg), FIS (UW, USA), FISqua, IHI Student Fellow
I am Educationist, Researcher, Strategist and a Quality Management Expert. I hold a Master of Business Administration in Strategic Management from the University of Nairobi, Master of Research in Health Geography from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, United Kingdom and a Bachelor of Education from Moi University.
Phoebe Nelima Khagame
Phoebe Nelima Khagame is a highly resourceful project manager and administrative officer with over 7 years in the NGO world. She has a BSc. in Computer Science and currently pursuing an MA. in Project Planning and Management . Phoebe has worked on projects that advocate for improved practice and delivery of healthcare
Margaret Kamakey has worked in the tourism industry for over ten years dealing with local and international institutions. She is well traveled to Eastern and southern Africa and enjoys meeting and interacting with different communities. Margaret has since left tourism and joined the business field. She works directly with rural women through out sourcing milk during drought season allowing them sustain their small businesses hence growing them economically. She is passionate about business and community work.