Mr. Ahmed Issack Hassan, CBS-Board Chairman. is a lawyer and an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a Commissioner for Oaths, Notary Public and a Certified Public Secretary. He has over 25 year progressive experience in Legal practice, public service and election administration. He was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by Uwiano Platform for Peace in Kenya for successfully facilitating the conduct of a peaceful National Referendum Process for the new Constitution in August 2010, Order of the Elder of the Burning Spear, EBS, Second Class, Civilian Division, in December 2010 in recognition of exemplary services rendered to the nation as Chairman of the Interim Independent Electoral Commission (IIEC) Read More

 

Ms. Catherine Kamali Bunyassi-Kahuria, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public with nineteen (19) years of experience in law specializing in International Law matters and Intellectual Property Law.She holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB)Degree from University of Pune, India 1992-1997; Diploma, Kenya School of Law ,1998; a Masters in International Studies from the University of Nairobi, Institute of Diplomacy and International Studies (IDIS) 2008-2010 and a Masters in Intellectual Property from the Africa University, Mutare, Institute of Peace, Leadership and Governance (IPLG) jointly organized by WIPO, ARIPO and AU 2010-2011. Read More

 

Ms Phyllis Wakiaga is the Chief Executive of the Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM), one of Kenya’s leading business associations with over 800 members, from June 2015. Read More

 

Mr. John Maina Muhoro represents the Kenya National Federation of Jua Kali Associations (KNFJA). Mr. Maina serves the Micro and Small Enterprises... Read More


 

 

Prof. Walter O. Oyawa, is currently the Director General of the National Commission for Science, Technology & Innovation (NACOSTI). He is a Professor of Civil Engineering, a holder of a PhD in Civil Engineering, and a holder of Executive MBA. He is a Registered Professional Engineer, and a Lead Expert-NEMA. Read More

Mr. Manasses Mwangi Kabui is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya practising law in Nairobi. He is a Senior Partner at the Law firm of Manasses, Mwangi & Associates – MMAS Advocates. He is a Registered Patent Agent in Kenya. He is a member of various Professional bodies Including:- International Trademarks Association –INTA, the Law Society of Kenya –LSK and East Africa Law Society –EALS. Read More

Eng. Elephas Gikungi is currently practicing engineer under Engineers Board of Kenya practising Licence with experience in Design, Innovation/Invention, Manufacturing, Construction, Operation and Maintenance of energy and Air Conditioning systems. He is a registered member of Engineer with Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK); Institution of Engineers of Kenya (IEK) Read More

Mr. Julius K. Kirima, HSC is the Director of Industries, Chemical & Mineral Industries Directorate, State Department for Industrialization, Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development.  He holds a Bsc. Degree in Chemistry & Mathematics and Msc Degree in Entrepreneurship from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology and currently PhD Thesis-writing. Read More

Mr. Tobias Alando is the Head of Membership & Governance at the Kenya Association of Manufacturers and currently heading a program under KAM & supported by the Danish Institute of Political Parties (DIPD) & Liberal Alliance on Fostering issue based political dialogue that works towards promoting Dialogue between the Political Parties and the Civil Societies and Business Membership Organizations, Capacity Building key stakeholders, Assessment of Political parties Manifestos and establishment of County Economic debates across the Counties. Read More

Mr. Christopher Oisebe is the alternate to the Principal Secretary, The National Treasury. Mr. Oisebe is a long serving civil servant having joined the service in 1989. He previously served in the Ministries of Roads and Public Works as well as Tourism and Wildlife ..Read More


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