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UNDUGU SOCIETY OF KENYA

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Board of Directors

 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

This is the premier governance organ of Undugu, responsible for Policy direction, monitoring of policy implementation by the Secretariat, and overall oversight on administrative, financial and program management at the Westlands Secretariat. Reporting and accountable to The Council (General Assembly), the Board of Directors is led by an elected non-executive Chair, and sits on quarterly basis for scheduled policy and decision review and planning meetings. The Board of Directors works through two Board Committees, a Finance Committee and a Program Committee. The Board of Directors recruits, supervises, supports and appraises the Executive Director of the organization, and acts as the Court of Appeal on all matters concerning human resource management and staff welfare. It is guided by the Organization's Constitution, an overall Board Charter and two separate charters guidining the work of the Board Finance and Program Comittees. Currently Undugu's Board Comprises 10 members who represent a variety of disciplines. There is a human resources specialist, two program specialists, a lawyer, four finance specialists, a medical insurance specialist and a priest from the Missionaries of Africa, an arm of the Catholic Church that Undugu's founder, Father Arnold Grol was part of.

 

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MR WILFRED ONONO - CHAIRMAN- BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Mr. Wilfred Onono is the Managing Consultant Interest Rates Advisory Centre (IRAC) Ltd. Formerly an undersecretary at the Ministry of Agriculture and Auditor General for State businesses. A qualified accountant who has worked in several quoted companies including MumiasSugar, Kenya Seed Company and Unilever East Africa. He joined the Board in2006.He has served the Board as a member and also Treasurer. He was elected as Chairman in 2015 up to date.

 

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MR , JOSHUA OKEYO-  TREASURER

 Mr. Joshua Okeyo is a trained teacher who specializes in Micro Enterprise Development for the women and youth. He is a lecturer at Daystar University College and has had experience in the Civil Society sector having had close contact with organizations such as Women for Women, Hekima HIV Centre that undertakes rescue and rehabilitation and as a consultant for Help a Child Africa. He joined the Board in 2014. He was elected as Treasurer in 2015 up to date.