Aysha currently holds the finance portfolio within Chemchemi Ya Ukweli. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and has enormous experience in the field of finance and administration drawn from her over ten years work with Chemchemi Ya Ukweli. She also has significant experience in community mobilization, training, monitoring & evaluation and projects coordination. Other relevant trainings that have strengthened Aysha are and not limited to Enhancing Quality of Work through Finance Management and Quality Reporting by Cordaid, Alternative to Violence (AVP) by Friends Church Quakers, Mediation by FAMEC and Active Non Violence by Chemchemi Ya Ukweli among others.
Lillian’s background in administration and the relevant experience from other organizations she has worked for has helped her in efficient execution of her admin responsibilities within the organization. Lillian has previously also benefited from other trainings to the level of a trainer e.g. Alternative to Violence Program (AVP), Active Non Violence (ANV) among others that have so far helped cement her position in the bigger Chemchemi Ya Ukweli family of Nonviolence Practitioners and the wider Communities of Practice.
Amwomo has worked with various organizations for the past 15 years and served in different capacities. He has enormous experience in training and facilitation in Advocacy, Human Rights, Peace building, Security and Safety. His expertise in Community Mobilization has assisted him handle programs around Natural Resource Management at the Kenyan Coast assisting communities to organised around the same.
Eric is a graduate of the University of Nairobi, having majored in Business Management (Diploma), an Alumni of the European Business School through the Digital Advisory Learning Centre based in Nairobi (Kenya) with a bias to Community Development as well as Resource Mobilization (Bachelor Degree) and currently a student of law at the Mount Kenya University (LLB).
Eric has worked intensively in the civil society sector for at least thirteen years and carries with him extensive experience gathered from different regions in Kenya. He has also worked on issues of governance, advocacy, democratic development and peace building, and specifically done research projects that champion the advancement of equal treatment and inclusion of both men and women, people living with disabilities and youths in conflict transformation and development. In his line of work, Eric has championed the establishment of grassroots organizations which advocate for the actualization of human rights as envisaged by international and municipal law and has been part of coordination of networks that seek to achieve similar aims.
Eric has extensive exposure and expertise on matters of organizational development and has worked closely with a number of organizations in the private sector as well as the civil society in developing strategic plans that have revolutionized their way of undertaking programme work. His areas of interest in policy development in work place include communication, monitoring and evaluation and gender.
Trained in Project Management, he has extensive consultative experience, including work with community groups/organizations and learning institutions. His current work focuses on training and facilitation in peace with special interest in Active Non-Violence as an alternative to violence. Dola is also a potential Field Team Member with the Nonviolent Peaceforce a non-partisan unarmed peacekeeping force composed of professionally trained civilians from around the world to carry out third party nonviolent intervention in conflict areas. Dola has been through several training’s and workshops focusing on Peace building, Understanding Conflict, Mediation, Active Non-Violence and one on Overcoming Violence: Exploring Masculinity, Violence and Peace organized by Women Peacemakers Program.
Rev. Sasaka has vast experience in Community Mobilization, Public Speaking, Training, Mentoring and Counselling. Rev. Sasaka has consulted for many organizations in area of Civic Education, Dialogue, Reconciliation, Monitoring and Evaluation, Team building and coaching. Rev Sasaka is a recognized Alternative to Violence Project (AVP) lead facilitator. He has facilitated both small groups and conferences in areas of interest. Rev Sasaka is a regular panelist both on radio and Television.