Look Who’s On the Move November 16, 2017  by      

Left to Right: Valentine Cheche, Mark Muasa, and Doreen Nkatha.

Left to Right: Valentine Cheche, Mark Muasa, and Doreen Nkatha.

We are pleased to welcome our colleagues into new positions at CFK in Kenya. Congratulations and much success to Mark Muasa, Doreen Nkatha, and Valentine Cheche!

Mark Muasa – Head of Programs

As head of programs, Mark Muasa will manage and supervise CFK’s programs and initiatives, lead staff development, and oversee quality assurance and reporting for all of CFK’s initiatives. He will ensure high standards of program delivery, carry out the strategic plan goals and objectives, and mobilize resources for implementation.  Mark started his work with CFK as the clinic services manager at Tabitha Medical Clinic while employed with Kemri/CDC. In 2013, he joined CFK as the head of health services department and recently served as the interim executive director. A graduate of Moi University, Mark holds a Master of Arts in medical sociology from the University of Nairobi, and a postgraduate diploma in project management from the Institute of Finance and Project Management in Kenya.

Doreen Nkatha – Head of Finance and Administration

As head of finance and administration, Doreen Nkatha is responsible for overseeing the creation and management of the annual operating budget and all required financial reporting. In addition, she is responsible for ensuring that financial management is in accordance with legal requirements and generally accepted accounting principles. Doreen served as the interim head of finance and administration for the past year, having first joined CFK in July 2014 as a finance and administration office. Prior to her work with CFK, she worked at World Concern and Jhpiego in finance administration. Doreen holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Jomo Kenyatta University and is a finalist for CPA(K).

Valentine Cheche – Administrative Officer

As administrative officer, Valentine Cheche will oversee administrative duties including human resources management, operations, communications, and program support.  She is responsible for ensuring routine function of the office, coordination of office management activities, and manage the office’s interactions with internal and external stakeholders. Valentine joined CFK in fall 2016 and previously served in the role of executive assistant. She holds a Master of Management – International Business from Central Queensland University-Sydney, Australia; and a Bachelor of Science in international business administration from United States International University-Africa.

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