Cecilia Keiru has a Master’s Degree in Organizational Development from United States International University, with local and international experience in both private and public institutions including University of Maryland-Kenya programs as Chief Operating Officer, Kenya Paediatric Association as Executive Officer and Toyota East Africa in Branch management & development and recently an International Program Manager with Queensland Government under the Critical Care Research Group’s Centre of Research Excellence in Brisbane, Australia.
Martha Maina is a dynamic, high capacity, grant and project management professional with extensive experience in HIV/AIDs programs. She has recently worked as Project Director TACT Project at Health Strat Kenya from June 2014 to date, Project Manager Institutional Capacity Development (KARP Project), Catholic Relief Services Kenya Program from May 2013 – May 2014, AIDS Relief Project Manager-Institutional Capacity Development (AIDS Relief Project), Catholic Relief Services–Kenya Program, October 2009-April 2013, Program Manager, Kenya Network of Women with AIDS (KENWA), January 2005 to August 2007 and many more.
Susan Kimathi is a well-seasoned program management professional with a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in Strategic Management from United States International University and a Masters Degree in Project Planning and Management from University of Nairobi. She is a project leader and manager with over 7 years’ of experience in directing full cycles for complex multi- programs and initiatives Project Planning Business, Development, Organization Development and Grants Management with proven ability to deliver substantial productivity and quality improvement through well managed projects.
Dr. Stanley Njoroge Ng’ang’a is a Technical Assistance-Team lead with an ability to organize people and systems in order to achieve set objectives. He has vast experiences in Pharmaceutical and Health Supply Chain management and training. Over the last 12 years, he has successfully managed four large PEPFAR funded programs where he ensured uninterrupted commodity supply, trained and mentored healthcare workers on pharmaceutical care and management of commodities.