Collins Ombajo – Programs Manager
Collins Ombajo is a highly spirited individual with a well-nurtured personality based on a well-selected trait from education and upbringing. He has a proficient command in English/Kiswahili language both spoken and written. He is also well versed with over five years of experience in advocacy and mainstreaming disability-related issues from a chain of organizations (United Disabled Persons of Kenya, Girl Child Network, Albinism Society of Kenya, Busia County Network for Persons with Disability and Empowered Albinism Self Help Group) where he acquired experience in a number of aspects in relation to disability-inclusive development, communication skills and ability to ensure satisfaction is derived by clients under his service.
He is in possession of the qualities, abilities, and competencies that make up an excellent team leader with a Diploma in Marketing and a Bachelors of Arts in Marketing Management from Makerere University Business School. He is currently pursuing a Masters degree in project planning and management at the University of Nairobi.
We are proud to associate him with the captivating objective and authoritative team of staff at Albinism Society of Kenya, ASK.
Priscilla Wangu Mukanga – Finance Officer
Priscilla Wangu Mukanga is currently the Finance Officer at Albinism Society of Kenya. She joined in February 2020, she is a certified public accountant (CPA K) and a graduate from Moi university with a BSc. Of business management finance. She is passionate about addressing issues to do with disability and human rights.
Daneil Shisia – Programs Officer
Daniel Omeno Sishia holds a diploma in social work and community development and a certificate in early childhood education [ECDE] from the Orthodox college of Africa. He has worked with little citizen academy under LOVEshack organization and served as a social worker in the same organization. For the last three and a half years he has worked with Albinism society of Kenya [ASK] as the programs officer and has obtained experience that can make me continue working in the same position.
Betty C. Milgo – Administration and Human Resource Assistant
Betty C.Milgo is a teacher by profession and a human rights activist, she holds a bachelor’s degree in Special education. She is currently working as an administration and human resources assistant at Albinism Society of Kenya, a non – profit organization that strives to fight for the plight of Persons with Albinism. Betty is a strong lady who wants to make change in the society for better living standards for Persons with Disabilities.
Caroline Nyambura – Communications Officer
Caroline Nyambura Wambui is passionate about storytelling and the different forms of storytelling arts. She holds dear Civic education both as a practice and a discipline. Caroline is an advocate of change most especially for women and marginalized communities. She has worked with several companies and organizations both in the formal and informal sector that seek to bring change not only to women but to society in general. She strongly believes that girls should never be afraid to be smart 🙂
Andrew Kos Ngune – Legal Assistant
Andrew Kos Ngune is a Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) alumnus and a lawyer by profession. He is passionate about protecting the rights and interests of minorities and marginalized communities. He believes that persons in the forementioned special-interest groups deserve to enjoy human rights, just like everyone else. Andrew currently serves as a Legal Assistant
at Albinism Society of Kenya.