On Monday November 7th, 2016, a typically beautiful day in Nairobi, leading figures from business, finance and religious organizations gathered at Tangaza University College to talk about what it means to lead with integrity.
From start to finish, the day was a mix of darkness with light. Each speaker rooted his/her message in the reality that self-interest, theft, deception and deceit permeate contemporary government, business, and society–in Kenya and other countries. None turned their heads from harsh reality, and all expressed particular concern for the next generation.
Yet all were convinced that credible solutions exist for all the problems. All believe that integrity is key.
— Susanne Dumbleton, PhD, Professor Emeritus and Former Dean, DePaul University, Chicago USA
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Patrick Njoroge, Central Bank Governor of Kenya
Presenters included: Dr. Julius Kipng’etich, CEO of Uchumi Supermarkets; Rev. Linda Achola, executive Pastor of Mavuno Church; Joy-Doreen Biira, journalist; Sister Mary Mwangi , Vice Chair of Association of Sisters of Kenya (AOSK); Joram Mwinamo, founder and managing director of Wylde International; Simon Wafubwa, CEO EnWealth; and Caren Wakoli, Founder of Emerging Leaders Foundation
Objective: to inspire, equip, and empower leaders to continually take appropriate action within their spheres of influence and lead with integrity towards positive transformation of the society.