Program Officer-Society for International Development.
Hulda Ouma is Programme Coordinator, Gender & Development, at the SID Regional Office for East & Southern Africa. She holds a degree in Law from Reading University and a Masters in Social Policy & Planning from the London School of Economics and Political Sciences.
She has undertaken budget analyses of the Constituencies Development Fund (CDF), to determine how responsive these funds are to gender disparities and the different developmental challenges that different genders face, to determine participation, and ways of improving the outcomes of the Constituencies Development Fund.
Dr Caesar Mwangi
Caesar is the Managing Director at Sasini; he is also the Director of Executive Training Consultant in Nairobi and a consultant with Consultative Group in International Agriculture Research (CGIAR). He is also the interim Director of the Strathmore Governance Centre and lectures in Corporate Strategy and financial Management at Strathmore business School He holds a Ph.D in Organizational Performance and Change Management from the University of Johannesburg and is a qualified Accountant
Mr. Robert Oganga
Robert Oganga is currently working in Southern Sudan as an Associate Consultant for HELM Corporation UK. He is an expert in the IT Field with over 9 years experience specializing in database and web application systems, having worked for organizations such as Openview Business Systems, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mercury Technologies Ltd., Blue Valley Consulting, among others, in various capacities and roles.
He holds Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political science and Philosophy from University of Nairobi (1997), and also possesses various IT Certifications and Accreditations. He has also worked as a media producer for different organizations such as Bassline Productions, Media Africa, Media Eye Ltd., among others.
Catherine Muyeka Mumma
Catherine Mumma is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya and an independent consultant on human rights issues with national and international work experience in the public and civil society sectors. She has worked as a State Counsel in the International Treaties and Agreements department of the Attorney General’s office for nine years before moving on to the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights, where she served for three years as a commissioner.
She has also served as a commissioner on the Independent Review Commission(IREC) She holds Masters of Laws (LLM) degree from the University of London and a bachelor degree from the University of Nairobi