Nyambura Musyimi

Founder

Nyambura Musyimi is a Kenyan Advocate who has in the last 30 years practiced law in the banking sector as well as specialized in Corporate Commercial Law and Property Finance Advisory. She is the Founding and Business Partner of the Firm Musyimi & Company Advocates.

Mrs Musyimi is the founder of Little Angels Network and is passionate about placing children in families. She is a fonder member of Maisha Kara Trust, also non profit organisations advancing the rights of children with special needs in the rural areas.
She is a non executive Director of Kenya Women’s Finance Trust Deposit taking Microfinance.

She holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Nairobi, a Diploma from the Kenya School of Law and is currently undertaking a Copenhagen Business School Masters of Business Studies.(EMBA). She is a Certified Public Secretary of Kenya and a member of The Institute of Arbitrators as well as being is a Commissioner of Oaths and Notary Public.

Nyambura is a recipient of Presidential Commendation for Service Award.

Dr. Florence Musiime

Chairperson

Florence Muli-Musiime is a social scientist with substantive professional experience at national, regional and international levels during which she has held senior positions at the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF), UNHABITAT and the Rockefeller Foundation. She is the Chancellor and Council Chair of Daystar University.

Florence has a strong commitment to health equity and the rights and wellbeing of women and children. She is a founding member of the African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN), a research network operating in several African countries with a special focus on the wellbeing and the rights and protection of children in especially difficult situations in Africa. She is also a member of the board of Directors of ANPPCAN. She is also a founding member of the Little Angels network.

She holds a BA from Makerere University, Master of Science from Indiana State (USA) University and a Ph.D. from the University of Edinburgh. In 1987 she was awarded the Grand Warrior of Kenya

Fred Nyabera

Deputy Chairperson

Fred Nyabera is a social scientist and a trained theologian whose interest is in Development work.

He holds Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Sociology and Anthropology from the University of Nairobi; Bachelor of Divinity (Masters of Divinity equivalent) from Union Biblical Seminary, India; post graduate studies in Conflict Transformation with the Eastern Mennonites University, Virginia U.S.A. He is also currently pursuing a Masters in Organizational Leadership at Africa International University, Kenya.

Previously Fred Nyabera was a pastor at the Nairobi Baptist Church and Karen Community Church respectively. He also served as an Executive Director of Fellowship of Christian Councils and Churches in the Great Lakes and Horn of Africa (FECCLAHA) − a regional peace building and conflict transformation institution.

Currently Fred Nyabera is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Inua Kenya Foundation.

Leenie Wangui Karuri

Being a mother of 3 children, she is a graduate Of the University of Nairobi with BA Land Economics (Hons). She worked in the private sector of the real estate industry between 1996 − 2002 and with an evangelistic NGO in administration and Property management upto 2006. Leenie set up and have since then been operating a Cake Business in Nairobi since 2007.

Leenie has been involved with Little Angels since 2003 as a fostering parent and part of the organizing team for the adoptive parents support network, and has been on the board of Little Angels since inception.

Rosemary Okello-Orlale

Rosemary Okello-Orlale (Kenya) is the Executive Director African Woman and Child Feature Service (AWC), a media NGO focusing on development communication in Africa. She the Secretary to the Kenya Editor’s Guild as well as the Secretary General of the African Editor’s Forum.

She holds MA New Media Governance and Democracy (Leister University), Advanced Management Programme (Strathmore Business School), Post Graduate in Journalism (London School of Journalist), Post-Graduate Diploma in research methodology, Population Studies and Research Institute (Nairobi University) and also Executive Education Strategic Frameworks for NGO (Harvard University − John F. Kennedy School of Government).

Mr. C. O. Rachuonyo

Partner, Advocate by profession and Director of Rachuonyo & Rachuonyo Advocates.

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