Bishop Jackson Kosgei is chairman of the Kenya Film Classification Board’s board of directors.
He also chairs the Community Development Society, as well as being a member of the Consumers Protection Advisory Committee in the Ministry of Trade.
Bishop Kosgei has held leadership positions at different levels in public and private organizations for more than 35 years.
These organizations include the Worldwide Gospel Church, as well as State commissions and corporations.
Bishop Kosgei is married with three grown children.
Dr. Ezekiel Mutua is CEO of the Kenya Film Classification Board.
Before his appointment to the position in 2015, he was Secretary of Information at the Ministry of ICT.
He previously headed the Directorate of Information and Public Communications in the same ministry.
Dr. Mutua honed his career at the Nation Media Group, where he joined as a cub reporter and steadily rose to hold senior editorial positions.
He was to later lead the Kenya Union of Journalists as Secretary General after being elected by union members countrywide.
Dr. Mutua studied Sociology and Linguistics at Kenyatta University, and later earned a Masters degree in Communication Studies from the University of Nairobi; a PhD in Communication Studies from Moi University, and an Honorary Doctorate degree in Public Administration from the Commonwealth University.
He has sat on the boards of various State corporations, including the Brand Kenya Board, Kenya Broadcasting Corporation, Media Council of Kenya, and the Vision 2030 Secretariat.
Dr. Mutua, a married father of two, believes that young people hold the key to a stable and progressive society if they learned, embraced and practiced upright morals and positive values.
Ms. Gathoni Kung’u is Managing Director of Gee Pictures, a media content production company.
She is a communication professional with over 10 years’ experience in media relations and production.
An accomplished TV and Film Producer/Director, Ms. Kung’u has produced and directed ground-breaking TV shows with socio-economic themes.
Most of her works have aired on leading TV stations and channels. They include The Patricia Show on MNET, as well as NTV’s Uongozi.
As a consultant, Ms. Kung’u has spearheaded branding initiatives and communication strategies for various corporations.
She holds a BA degree in Communication with a minor in psychology, as well as a Higher Diploma in Addiction Counselling.
She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Communication.
Ms. Nereah Aluoch Okanga is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya. She is currently the in-house legal counsel for ABSA Kenya.
Ms. Okanga previously worked as a Senior Associate at Anjarwalla and Khanna Advocates.
She earned her undergraduate degree in International Political Economy in the United States, and later pursued her graduate degree in law from the University of Bristol, UK.
Ms Okanga has more than 15 years’ experience in training and legal practice – locally and internationally.
She is well grounded in financial and banking law, corporate law, commercial law, land law and conveyancing.
Other areas of her specialisation are civil litigation, mergers and acquisitions, labour law, and the law of succession and employment.
She has provided guidance to various organisations on corporate governance, policy formulation, as well as compliance and risk management.
Norman Magaya is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
A member of the Law Society of Kenya, Mr. Magaya has worked with K’opere and Co. Advocates, Nzaku and Co. Advocates and Oluoch and Co Advocates.
He currently works for JAB Orengo and Co. Advocates.
Mr. Magaya holds a Bachelor of Laws from the Uganda Pentecostal University and Master of Laws specialising in Natural Resources Law and International Environmental Law from the Grotius School of Law, Uganda.
Mr. Magaya has completed his PhD studies in Oil and Gas law, and is a fulltime lecturer at Kabarak University.
He previously taught at the Africa Nazarene University, Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Mt. Kenya University, Grotius School of Law, Kenya School of Law, and the International University of Professional Studies.
He has published scholarly articles in several journals.
Ms. June Gachui, an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, is Founder and Principal Consultant at JGIP Consultants.
She has practised law for more than 10 years specialising in intellectual property and Entertainment Law.
She is a multi-linguist, singer-songwriter, recording artist, thespian and professional emcee.
As a consultant, she has offered Intellectual Property and legal services to a wide range of clients on training, advisory, intellectual property registration, and project management.
Ms. Gachui once served as the General Manager of the Kenya Association of Music Producers.
She has also worked for Total Kenya, World Intellectual Property Organisation (New York), and the Music Copyright Society of Kenya.
Other previous employers are IKM Advocates and Joan B. Peters TV and Entertainment Law firm in Australia.
Ms Gachui has organised many workshops and seminars on intellectual property rights protection and monetisation of the creative arts.
She currently serves as the co-vice chair of the Sports, Culture and Heritage Sector Board at the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA).
Mr. Nehemiah Kipkoech is a director at the Manger Networks, Eldoret, and has previously served as a pastor in the Kapenguria District SDA Church.
He holds two BA degrees; one in Theology from the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton, and another one in Religion from the Hong Kong Adventist College.
Mr. Koech is well grounded in counselling, and enjoys working in busy and challenging environments.
Rev. Canon David Lebarleyia has served as an Anglican Church minister for more than 20 years.
He holds a BSc degree in Community Development from Laikipia University and a Diploma in Theology from St. Paul’s University.
He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Missiology at the Kenya Methodist University.
Rev. Canon Lebarleyia has previously served as chairman of the Board of Management of the Maralal-based Serian FM Community Radio.
He has also held positions in various high school boards in Samburu County.
Ms. Joyce Wamucii is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, and a member of the Law Society of Kenya.
She has practised law in Nairobi since 2004, particularly as a partner in the Kairu & McCourt Advocates.
She studied law at the University of Nairobi, and also holds a diploma from the Kenya School of Law.
Ms. Wamucii is CPS (K), as well as an accredited corporate governance auditor.
She is also a Registered Patent Agent, Commissioner for Oaths and Notary Public.
Ms. Wamucii has extensive experience in commercial securities and other commercial instruments and documents.
Her other specialties include intellectual property Law, conveyancing, banking law, and company secretarial.
Ms. Charity Kochalle holds a Diploma in Biblical Studies and Ministry Outreach from the I am Ministries International.
She is former chairperson of the National Government Affirmative Action Fund (NGAAF).
Ms. Kochalle led the decoration team at the Glory Christian Church International (GCCI), 2014 -2016.
She is currently involved in farming.
Mr. Peter Nyamete Mogire heads the National Treasury’s Accounting Unit - Government Digital Payments (GDP).
He is CPA (K) and also a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK).
He has deep knowledge and experience in public sector accounting and finance.
Mr. Mogire has worked in various ministries, including Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he was the Financial Attaché at the Kenyan embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Mr. John Ongesa Nyabwari was born in 1973.He is the Chief Finance Officer (CFO), State Department of Broadcasting and Telecommunications. He is the representative of Principal Secretary (Ministry of ICT, Innovation & Youth Affairs) in the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB). He is a holder of an MBA (Finance) and B. Com (Accounting Option) degree from Kenyatta University. Mr. Nyabwari has also attended courses in Public Financial Management, Leadership and Trainers of Trainers. Before joining the Civil Service in 1997, he served as a Credit Control Assistant with the Nation Newspaper Limited. He has work experience of more than twenty-four (24) years in areas of Audit and Finance in various Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies.