Daniel holds both the Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in International Business and Politics (cand.merc POL) from Copenhagen Business School in Denmark. He also holds a Diploma in Market Economist from Copenhagen Business Academy. Daniel works as a Business Coach/Consultant for students pursuing MBA Global Business and Sustainability (Social Entrepreneurship Track) at Tangaza University College a constituent College of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. Prior to that he worked as a Growth Catalyst/Consultant at GrowthAfrica limited where he was involved in identifying and selecting committed and ambitious entrepreneurs with scalable business ideas and recruiting them to the GrowthAfrica cohort based accelerator programmes. He also worked as a Trade Developer for East Africa Breweries (EABL).
Peter Ouma Oloo is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Social Enterprise Society of Kenya (SESOK). Peter leads the organization’s strategy, growth and impact worldwide including entrance to new markets and expanding diverse portfolio of high impact enterprises that have directly improved the quality of life of many people. Peter is responsible for the development of SESOK’S new initiatives as well as its capacity and investment strategy and tools. He oversees a leading multi-skilled motivated team of professionals and entrepreneurs to carry out SESOK’S goals while maximizing the organization’s resources and impact.
Peter is an accomplished Social Entrepreneur (with key concentrations in Corporate Shared Value, Social Impact, and Sustainability). Peter is also a highly experienced and skilled Information and Communication Technology professional, is a compelling public speaker, blogger, and TV host; passionate about issues concerning Entrepreneurship, Technology, Innovations, and Social Change. He is also a consultant and affiliated to numerous organizations.
Peter is currently an Advisory Board Member - Education For All Children (EFAC), a Board Member - Lake Victoria Sustainable Development Center (LVSDC), and a Director - Shekkas Company Ltd. Peter also served as the Executive Director of KOICA Alumni Kenya Chapter (KAKC).
Peter holds an MBA in Global Business and Sustainability – Social Entrepreneurship Track from ALTIS - Catholic University of Sacred Heart of Milan (Graduate School of Business and Society), MSC, Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Technology (Honours) from Kenyatta University, numerous certifications in IT and several trainings in entrepreneurship with distinguished leadership, management and impeccable track record of intellectual honesty.
Justin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry & Microbiology and a Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree in Biotechnology from Rhodes University, South Africa and a Master of Applied Science degree in Biotechnology from Western Sydney Univerity in Australia. He has academic research experience in water and wastewater technology, more specifically using biological methods to recycle wastewater. Justin has also completed a degree in MBA Global Business and Sustainability (Social Entrepreneurship Track) at Tangaza University College and also runs his own business.
Jocelyn has a BA in Management from St. Paul's University and an MBA Global Business and Sustainability (Social Entrepreneurship Track) at Tangaza University College. She is a self-motivated and resourceful Managing Director of Mustard Enterprise Company. I have developed and strengthened management teams resulting in effective and efficient services to clients both in my business and as chairperson of Ukombozi Sacco Society. She is a reliable leader, strong communicator with excellent inter-personal skills and able to establish sustainable and profitable relationships with customers, suppliers and stakeholders. She has a passion for business and seeing growth and transformation in the lives of all who engage in it.
Linda Makatiani is passionate about all things Left-Handed. An advocate for Equality and Quality Education for all. She is the founder of LeftyKenya, an organization that creates awareness around challenges faced by left-handed people in our right-handed biased society: providing a hub for lefties to share their experiences and availing left-handed products for their comfort and safety.
Prior to this she worked in the financial markets for ten years, in treasury dealing and heading brokerage trading teams. She holds an MA (Management) from York Management School at the University of York, UK, and a B. Com. (Business Management) degree from Daystar University. In her free time, Linda loves to spend time outdoors with her family, curled up with a good book or burning a few calories in Zumba dance sessions.
Jackie Malomba is a seasoned banker, entrepreneur and consultant with a strong financial knowledge in the emerging Women Markets across Africa. She has been involved in strategic partnerships between women entrepreneurs and various for profit and non-profit organizations. This has enabled her facilitate mentorship for start-ups and financial inclusion amongst small and medium women entrepreneurs from fund providers such as International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Goldman Sachs. She is also an active contributor to regional and international development forums for entrepreneurs such the British Council, European Markets Research Centre (EMRC), Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) and World Trade Organization (WTO). Locally, she is involved in various organizations including the Kenya chapter Board of Barcelona’s Africa Digna Foundation which provides High school and University scholarships for the girl child, the gender agenda for Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA)- Gender & Youth Sector, Wecreate Centre as Master Mentor and various women organizations across Kenya. Currently doing her MBA in Global Business Sustainability, Social Enterprises at Tangaza University and Milan Catholic University.
Dr. Abiud Mulongo is an acclaimed software systems architect with 9 years’ industry experience in business digital transformation, systems engineering and technology innovation programs. His domain experience spans telecommunication, financial services and public sectors. Cumulatively, as a software systems architect and engineer, he has directly saved businesses in the excess of $US 1 million annual recurrent expenditure and $ US 2 million in capital expenditure. Besides, he has helped businesses grow their topline in the excess of $ US 15 million through strategic technology architectures and technology innovation roadmaps and the associated innovations. Beyond the corporate walls, Dr. Mulongo has played a significant role in the social-economic transformation of the underprivileged lives across Africa through the engineering of mobile money systems and social messaging apps. For example, he was the Co-Innovator and Engineer of Kenya’s first Group Social Messaging app based on SMS “Semeni” on the Safaricom Network – Semeni predates “WhatsApp”(accessible via *184# on Safaricom or on the Safaricom SIM toolkit on “Safaricom+ -> Messaging Services).
As a computer scientist, Dr. Abiud Mulongo has created new knowledge with high potential impact in the areas at the intersection of Service Oriented Computing, Software Systems Architecture, Adaptive Business Process Technology, Distributed Workflow Systems, Global Virtual Organizations, Decision Science, Operational Research & Optimization and Engineering Maths. His scholarly contributions are underpinned in his scientific journal publications related to the “Service Layered Utility Maximization (SLUM) model” – a systems engineering model he invented and designed to drive flexible, intelligent and efficient business processes and service delivery in global virtual e-Commerce organizations within globally volatile and competitive markets.
He is currently the Head of Information Technology Strategy and Architecture at UAP OldMutual (East Africa) Group. Previously, he held the position of Deputy Director, IT Innovation at Teachers’ Service Commission, Assistant Manager IT Solutions Architecture at BRITAM, Senior Implementation Engineer (Mobile Commerce Systems) at Cellulant Group, and Software Engineer (Core Telematics Software Systems) at Mobile Planet Limited.
Dr. Mulongo currently holds the following voluntary positions. He is the Director of Innovation and Social Impact at Social Enterprise Society of Kenya (SESoK). He also doubles as the SESoK representative in the ICT Board of KEPSA. He sits on a number of Secondary School Board of Management Committees. Previously, at TSC, he was appointed to represent the commission in the Ministry of Education in various committees including, the Committee on National ICT in Education Policy, the Committee on National Integrated Education Management Information Systems” among others.
He is a holder of PhD Degree in Computer Science and MSc Degree in Computer Science from the University Of Nairobi, Kenya and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science (First Class Honors) from Moi University, Kenya. Possess professional training in enterprise architecture based on the ToGAF v9 framework. Holds ITIL V3. Foundation Certification. He has undertaken several other short professional trainings including training in software quality assurance, internal audit, enterprise risk management and Public Finance Act 2012 of the Government of Kenya and a number of leadership training & workshops. He is a registered member of the Computer Society of Kenya and the International Association of Engineers (IAENG).