Chairman of the Board of Directors, Nobeah Technologies Foundation
Mr. Mwangi brings a wealth of experience from his role as Project Manager in the Mathare Children’s Fund panairobi, a local NGO, to his role as Trainer/Consultant in the Regional Counselling and Psychosocial Organization (RESCUO), and his role as Youth Coordinator in the Catholic Diocese of Marsabit.
As Project Manager in the Mathare Children’s Fund panairobi Mr. Mwangi brings experience keeping teams focused on their vision, mission and objectives and , leading the planning, implementation, and management of the project activities while ensuring timely delivery of all projects and the satisfaction of all the project stakeholders. Mr. Mwangi also brings experience identifyng new funding opportunities while promoting the core values of the organization.
Mr. Mwangi also brings management experience auditing the organization’s operations to maintain adherence to both internal Child Protection Policies and Kenyan legal requirements.
John Lesiamito Malino
Secretary, Nobeah Technologies Foundation
As the CEO for Lata Network Foundation (LNF), a Kenyan NGO, Mr. Malino brings experience representing and administering a foundation, as well as strategic planning. Running an efficient organization with a flat hierarchy, Mr. Malino also brings experience in hands on tasks: delivering services, developing projects and overseeing their implementation, as well as budgeting and fundraising for various projects.
Having previously served as an Information Technology team leader for the BAMA company in Norway, and as an IT consultant at A-møbler, Mr. Malino’s background in technology also makes him well suited to engaging the community in discovering where hardware and software technologies from Nobeah can be applied in education, health care, e-government, and any other sector with the potential of transformative social impact.
David Dennis Okello
Treasurer, Nobeah Technologies Foundation
An OVC (Orphans and Vulnerable Children) Project Officer at Aphiaplus Nairobi-Coast, Mr. Okello brings experience from an NGO perspective in supporting government strategy, assisting communities to integrate with the organizations child-focused activities such as promoteing access to Early Childhood Development programs, monitoring grantees, and building government capacity to carry out and improve child protection responses.
Mr. Okello also brings his experience of having served as the coordinator at Aphiaplus for collaborating with ChildFund Kenya, and Pathfinder.
Community Liaison, Nobeah Technologies Foundation
With a background in development studies, Ms. Kiarie interacts with hospitals, schools, and other organizations to learn how Nobeah’s products and services can support their initiatives, developing an understanding of the potential community impact of hardware and software technologies from Nobeah with respect to the education, health care, and e-government sectors.
Ms. Kiarie is valued in the Nobeah organiztion for her role in promoting service lines and growing corporate partnerships through coordination of speaking engagements, events and fairs. She is also responsible for engaging community through event planning, supervision and implementation of events for education and health care.