Prof. Paul Tiyambe Zeleza Vice Chancellor (President) of the United States International University-Africa, Nairobi, Kenya, a position he assumed on January 1, 2016. Prior to joining USIU-A, he was Vice President of Academic Affairs at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, USA.
Prof. Isaac Kosgey is the Vice Chancellor of Moi University.
Prof. Victoria Ngumi, PhD - Treasurer
Vice Chancellor, Prof.Victoria Wambui Ngumi is a fulbright scholar who holds a Bed(Sc) Hons, Msc (Botany) PhD (Plant Physiology) and EMBA degrees.She has chaired various important Committees in the University including the Committee which organized the JKUAT 20th Anniversary celebrations. She has climbed through all administrative ranks at JKUAT having been founding Chairperson Biological Sciences department
Professor Stephen Kiama Gitahi is the 8th Vice-Chancellor, University of Nairobi. He holds an earned doctorate degree in Structural Biology from University of Bern in Switzerland. He is an accomplished scholar with proven track record in formulating and managing academic programs and on research and publication. He has over 16 years’ experience in management and leadership positions at the University of Nairobi.
Prof. Laban Peter Ayiro is the Vice Chancellor of Daystar University. Prof. Ayiro is a fulbright scholar who holds a PhD in Business Management, Master’s in international Relations and Master of Science in Entrepreneurship Studies. He is a professor for research methods and teaches Research Methods and Statistics to PhD and Masters students.
Prof. James M. Njiru is the director Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI). Previously he worked as a Director Postgraduate Studies, Kisii University. Read More
Ms. Sheila Mwihia-Muya - Trustee
Sheila Muya is the Head of East Africa at the executive search firm, Pedersen & Partners, and has a wealth of experience in Human Resource Management. This experience has been built within diverse sectors and markets locally, regionally and globally with expertise in areas such as executive recruitment, human capital management, training and capacity development, organizational strategy and development.
Prof. Laila Abubakar is currently the Vice Chancellor at Technical University of Mombasa. She is a Professor of Biochemistry having obtained her PhD and MSc in Biochemistry from University of Nairobi, under German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and European Union fellowships, respectively. Prof. Abubakar is an active researcher, and has won several research grants and awards. This led to her being accorded the University of Nairobi Deans’ award for scholarship and research in 2011/2012.
Dr. Stanley Bhebhe is the currently the Vice Chancellor at Africa Nazarene University. He has a wealth of experience as a strategic leader and vision bearer in private enterprise, non-profit and parastatal organizations. Prior to his appointment as the VC of Africa Nazarene University, he was with the Independent Development Trust, a State-owned entity in Pretoria, South Africa.
Mrs. Catherine Kayesi Kelonye is an educationist with more than thirty years’ experience as a trainer across tertiary and basic education sectors. She is a results oriented administrator and accomplished professional in education, well versed in organizational planning and management with vast knowledge on policies governing examinations, quality assurance and curriculum development and implementation. She is conversant with the ongoing reforms in the Education sector and is passionate to steer the TVET agenda in Kenya through positive engagement with all stakeholders. Mrs. Kelonye is currently the pricnipal of Kisumu National Polytechnic
Prof. Meoli Kashorda is the Executive Director of Kenya Education Network, the Research and Education Network of Kenya (www.kenet.or.ke) and a Professor of Information Systems at the United States International University - Africa, in Nairobi, Kenya (www.usiu.ac.ke).