Helen Kithinji is a serial entrepreneur, two time best selling author, global speaker, thought leader and an accredited executive coach. Helen is also an MBA graduate with 15 years banking experience; now a serial entrepreneur over the last 12 years. She is the founder and managing director for JASH65 Limited an appearance and wellness management brand, whose mission is to help men, women and children solve skin problems, maintain healthy radiant skin, and enhance their appearance through skincare consultation, natural skincare products and wellness programs.
In service to others, she is the founder of SWOI and the Ladies Chatroom – The Forum that hit the chats at the onset of COVID-19 in 2020 and gave many women around the world hope and inspiration to rise above the gloom and doom and focus on chasing their dreams.
To help people develop the habit of reading self-development books, Helen continues to host The Sparkplug Bookclub review events and has helped thousands of people elevate their lives through personal development. Helen’s signature program is the Create Your Dream Life which includes one of the most transformational vision board workshop and a 90 days to a new life programme.
Outside work and serving others, Helen enjoys a vibrant happy family life with her husband Ronnie Kithinji and their two sons Jerome, Shaun and Alfie their pet dog.
Philip Gichuhi is the Managing Director of Webhost Kenya Limited. He has steered and overseen the growth of Webhost Kenya over the last 17 years.
Philip is passionate about enabling businesses to embrace information systems that will help them grow in the digital space. He keenly follows the evolution of online technology from digital marketing to expert systems so as to be able to incorporate them in solutions for businesses. He brings to the board a wealth of experience in information technology.
In his free time, Philip enjoys reading, photography and the outdoors.
Mumbi Gichuhi is a seasoned publisher with over 15 years’ experience. Her mission is to use the written word to influence and to advance positive social impact. She has overseen publications that have been used in several countries in Africa, and further afield, Europe and the United States.
She has led, and worked with diverse editorial and project management teams across the world. She has overseen several multi-lingual publications that have been consumed across over several African countries, and further afield, Europe and the United States. Such publications have included industry reports, newsletters, documentaries, and books in diverse disciplines, including, tourism, economics, energy and gender equality and environment.
What gives her most satisfaction is that through these reports, she sees one aspect or other of the deep impact of SDGs, to which she is deeply committed. This is because she believes that publishing is one of the fundamental ways through which organisations, institutions and companies can communicate their contribution towards this.
She is a big believer in the power of partnerships and collaborations because she is persuaded that success is a collective endeavour for the greater good of a purpose bigger than ourselves. To this end, she is open to collaborative work with like-minded individuals and organisations.
In addition to this, she has been a guest speaker and panelist on various forums, particularly those pertinent to women in leadership, as this is an area that is close to her heart.
She enjoys a good book, music, travel and the arts. Once in a blue moon, she can be found on a course playing a round of golf.
Angie’s 25 year work experience spans credit card services, the medical and real estate industries. She has held senior positions in Customer Service, Administration and HR at Diners Club, Barclaycard, AAR Health Services and Knight Frank.
Out of her passion for being organised and getting things done efficiently and constantly being asked “How do you do it?” Angie founded Simply Organised Limited in 2015. Through her company she helps individuals and businesses declutter and create living and working environments that optimise functionality, space, time and energy.
Her mission is to use her organisational skills to help people live their best lives, by working with them to create environments that are conducive to optimising efficiency and productivity, resulting in peace of mind and more time for family and fun.
Lamusia is passionate about ventures that are building Africa, today. He is currently a Co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at Alfluence, a global AI-driven influencer marketing platform.
He has provided investment, strategy and operational support across various sectors including FMCG, Financial services, Health and Media working with and supporting leading African and Global brands, including PwC, KFC, Newscafe, TBN and Standard Media Group.
He holds a BBA, from HKUST Business School and is a CFA Charter Holder. He believes in education and enterprise as key enablers for the economic transformation of the African continent.
Gacoki’s passion is to expand economic opportunities. She remembers when she was just a child, she would eat plums to her fill at her aunt’s farm and yet hear stories of people going without food, only about 200km away. This got her to study commerce and agriculture, with the hope to develop markets and infrastructure that would enable farmers access markets for their produce and ensure that consumers are able to access whatever food they needed.
Gacoki is now an international development expert whose experience spans regional trade, governance, banking and research. She has supported the creation of enabling environments for business through development planning, strengthening various sectors that deeply impact development and has worked with businesses and institutions to make them sustainable in the impact they are creating. In her work, she applies tools including research, training, coaching, mentoring and offering advisory services.
Gacoki is very effective in generating and maintaining partnerships across varied stakeholder bases ranging from governments to primary producers.