Our Board of Directors
Ken kariuki is the chairman of the board at Fifth quarter ltd
A award winning business leader who is result driven with solid work and educational experience in Senior Management in East Africa. A consumer passionate, and goal oriented individual with a passion for philanthropy, adept at leveraging on the organizations resources to maximize and achieve desired results.
He is Skilled in corporate, Government and industry relations, managing cross functional teams and prudent administration of multi million dollar budgets with desired results.
Ken is a former corporate affairs director at EABL and he is currently a lead consultant at Khweza LTD.
Tony KaranjaGeneral Manager
Tony serves as General Manager at Fifth Quarter ltd. In his role, he oversees all activity of the organization and provides strategic direction.
His role facilitates smooth transition from inquiry, sales to title deed delivery.
Emphasis on integrity and timeliness are some of the core values he impacts.
Tony holds a Bachelors degree in Economics with an emphasis in Marketing and a double minor in Supply chain Management and International Management from Missouri State University.
He is a member of the Marketing Association of Kenya (MSK) as well as sitting of the boards of various companies.
Bernard MureithiCompany Secretary
Graduated from the University of Reading in 1999 with an LL.B Honours degree, Bernard Mureithi was admitted to the Bar in April, 2001. He was later admitted as a member of the Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya and is a fully qualified Company Secretary. In 2004, he was admitted as a Commissioner for Oaths.
Bernard Mureithi is Fifth quarter's company Secretary. He is also a member of the Rotary Club of Nairobi East.
His areas of expertise include:
- Civil Litigation
- Conveyancing and Land Law
- Advice, Registration and Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights
- Probate and Administration advice and services
- Company incorporation and strategy advice
- Commercial Law
- Employment counseling
- Criminal Law.
Walley Mewonge MjombaBoard Member
Walley Mewonge Mjomba
Walliey holds a Bachelors in Architecture and Interior Design jointly though Drury University and University of Missouri Kansas City and a Minor in Global Studies from Drury University. Continuing Education Courses through University of Virginia-Darden Business School in Smart Growth for Private Business and Stanford University Graduate School in Scaling Up Business.
Springfield Interior Design Association, NOMA- National Organization of Minority Architects-Drury University, Architecture for Humanity, African American Academic Achievers. AIA - Intern under AIA ArchitectZ
Nixa Parks and Recreation Master Plan Project- Nixa, Missouri, National Museums of Kenya in Nairobi- Interiors Planning and Design, Restoration and Reuse of Buildings in Downtown Springfield, Missouri, Gamble House True to size section build- Construction Principles Project, Uchumi Supermarkets Kenya- 6 Home Interiors Upgrades, Coca Cola HQ Nairobi- Consultant Planner, roof top garden, Manaret Apartments Nairobi- Consultant Architect, BAT Headquarters Nairobi- Interior design of the main meeting and conference rooms, BAG(Business Advisory Group)- master planning of the Interior Office plan, design and decoration
Angela WanguiBoard Member
Angela has vast international experience in East, Central and South Africa as well as in the US in project and grants management.
Organizations that she has worked for include Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute, South Africa; Khulisa Management Service - a leading monitoring and evaluations consulting company in South Africa; Catholic Health Care Association (CATHCA) an NGO supporting Catholic health care facilities throughout South Africa, Botswana and Swaziland and CIVICUS, a Civil Society NGO in South Africa.
In Kenya for close to two years Angela was a consultant as the East and Central Africa Representative for Africa Fast Track Trade (AFTT), a USAID Funded Project.
Angela holds a Masters in Economics, focusing on development studies and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. She is passionate about the development sector in Africa.
George MathengeBoard Member
George is a Finance professional with a significant background in international development and in the Private Sector. He has been involved in strategic management of IT, communications, performance management and development of Finance. George has direct experience in Banking, Logistics, Commercial and International Development Organizations. He has experience working with companies with African interests and has led finance functions that cover Almost 20 different African countries.
George has an Executive MBA from Strathmore Business School. He is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) UK, Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA), Certified Public Accountant CPA (K) and a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK).
George was the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) UK representative to Kenya from 2003 -2010.
Joe KimaniBoard Member
Joe has over 14 years experience in the various capacities within the ICT and telecommunications environment in Africa. He is currently a Director at Ramani Geosystems overlooking the Business Development function of the organization. Ramani is a regional leader in aerial and spatial mapping.
He previously worked with Mahindra Comviva as Vice President- Africa in charge of Sales. Prior, Joe was CEO of Flashcom Ltd. a wireless local loop operator based in Nairobi as the CEO. He has also held several leadership positions including as GM at Africa Wireless, Karibu Telecom and Adtel Phone Company.
Joe holds an MBA in Marketing from the University of Hull (UK) and a BBA from Northwood University (US).
Jonuba Bekah BakhitBoard Member
Jonuba Bekah Bakhit
Jonuba holds a Master’s degree in International Law and World Order (LLM) from the University of Reading as well as a Bachelor of Laws(LLB) law and french from Keele University Stafforshire United Kingdom.
She has extensive knowledge and experience in humanitarian affairs due her involvement with NGOs such as United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Constitution of Kenya Review commission.
Currently she is working with Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) as the International Centre for Humanitarian Affairs Protection & Dissemination officer. Where she is responsible for developing strategies for strengthening collaborative partnership and networks with stakeholders to ensure the implementation of programs that prevent and alleviate human suffering.
Other professional courses undertaken include:
- Child Protection at Australian Red Cross kenya.
- International Humunitarian law course at Magdalene college,Cambridge University, UK.
- Psychosocial Support at International Federation of the Red cross & Red Crescent Societies(IFRC) Psychosocial Centre, Nairobi.
- Support & Security Management for Victims and Potential Witnesses(USAID,Kenya).
- All Africa Course on International Humanitarian Law at the centre for human rights, university of pretoria & ICRC Regional Delegation Pretoria, South Africa.
- Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation Course at MS-training Centre fordevelopment Co-operation,Arusha.
- Effective Presentation Techniques Course at International Committee of the Red Cross(ICRC), Regional Delegation, Nairobi.
- International Disaster Response Laws(IDRL)"Putting Legal Preparedness Into practice"at IFRC Regional Delegation, Nairobi.
Joe OtinBoard Member
For the past 20 years Joe has been influential in the advertising and media Industry across Africa. He is the former Managing Director of Ipsos Media division in PanAfrica, where he oversaw the operations in 7 African countries and grew the revenue by 30% annually for over 7 years, automated the media monitoring process and managed the development of audience research through the Kenya Advertising Research Foundation (KARF).
Having studied the advertising industry in insurmountable detail over the last 9years, he founded The Collective in order to serve the market need created by technological advancements in Africa, firstly around mobile telephony and subsequently through Internet and social media growth. The Collective is an interactive ad agency focusing on social media management and digital advertising with its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya.
Joe Otin is the CEO of The Collective, an interactive ad agency in Kenya. He is the Chairman of the Advertising Standards Board, the Vice President of PAMRO (Pan African Media Research Organization), and a member of the oversight committee of KARF (Kenya Audience Research Foundation). He is the Rotary International representative to the UNEP, he sits on the Rotary International Communications Committee and is the Rotary Public Image Coordinator for Africa. He is the chief judge of the Public Relations Society of Kenya (PRSK) Excellence Awards, a member of Marketing Society of Kenya (MSK), he was granted the MSK Marketing Warrior Award in 2010, and has published several papers in local and international conferences, most recently on the subject of return-on-investment of advertising and social media marketing. He has 21 years experience in advertising, production and research
He is an active Rotarian and leads Rotary’s Public Image Coordinators who cover Africa, as well being a member of the Rotary International Communications.
Dr Caroline MwendwaBoard Member
Dr Caroline Mwendwa
Dr. Caroline Mwendwa holds a Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Sherman Chiropractic College in South Carolina, USA and a Bachelors in Pre-Med from Missouri State University, Missouri, USA. She is CEO/Director of Chiropractic & Physiotherapy Health Centre in Karen, Nairobi. Caroline has been a practicing chiropractor for 10 years and has played a pivotal role in the establishment of the profession in Kenya. Other current positions held include:
- Secretary of the Chiropractic Association of Kenya (CAK)
- Co-ordinator of the African Chiropractic Federation (ACF)
- Liaison for the World Spine Care NGO (WSC)
- Kenya Representative the World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC)
- Country Ambassador for the International Board of Chiropractic Examiners (IBCE)
Current projects Caroline is involved in include:
- Establishment of a Chiropractic degree program in Kenyatta University School of Medicine in conjunction with Parker University, Durban University of Technology and the World Federation of Chiropractic.
- Establishment of a World Spine Care model clinic in rural Kenya
- Drafting and implementation of Chiropractic legislation, code of ethics, standards of practice in conjunction with the Ministry of Health.
- Chiropractic research
- Continuous education of the public and other health care professionals on the need and efficacy of chiropractic care through publications, public speaking, spinal screenings and media appearances.
- Continuous market survey to determine the spinal care needs of the local population and provide solutions