Sr. Margaret Mutiso
Sr. Margaret belongs to the Daughters of the Sacred Heart (DSH).
She is a co-founder of the Leaders Guild Alumni Association on December 8th 2013 and is currently serving as the Program Coordinator.
She has eight years’ experience of working as a Parish Pastoral Coordinator, six years as the vocations directress, six years as a local superior, and three years as a formator in her congregation DSH.
She holds a Diploma in Catechetics and Pastoral Ministry from the Institute of Catechetics and Pastoral Ministry at Chemi Chemi ya Uzima Nairobi Kenya. She has a Bachelor of Arts with a focus on Leadership and Management from DePaul University, SNL Chicago USA in which she received the Student Excellence Award. Has a Master of Arts in Social Ministry from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), and has trained as a Certified Organizational Effectiveness Coach at Coach Development Institute of Africa (CDI).
Sr. Elector Moraa
Finance and Administrative Officer
Elector Moraa belongs to the Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph – Asumbi (FSJ). Currently she is serving as a Finance Admin person at the Leaders Guild (TLG) which is a leadership development Programme under the Centre for Leadership and Management (CLM), Tangaza University College, founded with support from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and DePaul University, Chicago USA.
She holds Diploma in Business studies (Secretarial & Finance) from Philips Commercial College – Kisii (Gusii Institute of Technology- GIT) and a certificate in Financial Management from Marywood University through Tumaini Centre – Nairobi (SLDI program).
She has a Diploma in Leadership and Resource Management from Tangaza University College – Nairobi. Has a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Leadership and Management with a focus in Human Resource Management from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) – Nairobi.
Sr. Elector is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) – Nairobi.
Jacqueline serves part time in The Leaders Guild as an ICF- Certified Organizational Effectiveness Coach and one of TLG’s co-founders in 2013. She was the Leaders Guild Public Relations & Marketing Manager from February 2014 to July 2018.
She is a graduate of DePaul University, SNL Chicago-Bachelor of Liberal Arts Degree with a Focus on Leadership and Management. She has a Diploma in Psychological Counselling from Amani Counselling Centre & Training Institute and International Coach Federation-Certified Organizational Effectiveness Coach Training by Coach Development Institute-Africa.
She has over ten years’ experience in the leadership and counselling field and has served as a Counselor/Trainer at Amani Counselling Centre & Training Institute and Head of Counseling Department at Crisis Pregnancy Ministry- Kenya. (CPMK)
Jacqueline is passionate about having a positive impact in society and offers speaking engagements and life coaching sessions to individuals and organisations in line with her areas of expertise.
Mr. Matara Patrick
Operations and Sales Manager
Mr. Matara Patrick works part time at The Leaders Guild, Tangaza University College. He is currently pursuing Masters in Project Planning and Management at Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA). He holds a BA in Liberal Art in Leadership and Management from DePaul University; School for New Learning, Chicago, Illinois, USA where he received Student Excellence Ward for Creativity, Clarity, Analysis and Presentation of Advanced Project in June 2016. He a co-founder of Information Ambassadors at Tangaza University where Emerald Publishing Group awarded them as the Best Presentation Award in 2014. He has a certificate in Child Protection Policy from Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome. He received a certificate from University of Cape Town on Education for All: Disability, Diversity & Inclusion, South Africa.
He is a volunteer at Edmund Rice Karibu Group in Kibera working with children and youths as a Trainer and Child Protection Officer who is very passionate in making a difference in children’s life and championing their rights and responsibilities.
Mrs. Okeke Florence
Research and Training Officer
An alumni of the leadership development program under the Centre for leadership and Management (CLM), Florence holds a Bachelor of Arts with a focus in Leadership and Management from DePaul University, School for New Learning, Chicago. Possesses an MA in Counselling Psychology from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) and is a Trainer of Trainers certified by The TVET Curriculum Development, Assessment and Certification Council (TVET CDACC).
She has 11 years’ experience working as a leadership trainer consulting for different organizations with senior executives to make their leaders and their organizations more effective. The numerous tasks involve teamwork, facilitating feedback on the individuals and group dynamics. This process allows for attitude change, which is shown through evaluations.
In behavioral leadership training, she has helped managers; understand their leadership strengths and become aware of their blind spots. Identify preferred leadership style and assess effectiveness in the process managing their employees more effectively, increasing effectiveness and communication skills when managing performance.
Florence has over 8 years’ experience as a counselling psychologist consulting for different organizations across the country. She has used grounded theories of psychology and research in her therapeutic work to support clients struggling with a range of life challenges and mental health conditions. Her clients include children, families, couples and groups. Her aim is to facilitate
Dr. Kenya Grooms
Dr. Kenya Grooms is a faculty member at the School of New Learning, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
She received a BS in Child Development from Northern Illinois University and an MA in Psychology from National-Louis University. She received her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology. She completed her clinical internship at Will County Health Department, Child and Adolescent Behavioral Services and has worked in community mental health and faith based settings.
Sr. Alice Anzoyo
Sr. Alice is the assistant director of the Centre for Leadership Management, Tangaza University College.
She is a PhD student in the doctoral programme at the Institute of Social Ministry, Tangaza University College. Her background is in finance and her interest is the education of adult learners. She has been a provincial of her congregation of the Sisters of Sacred Heart of Jesus, and appreciates the difficulties faced by women religious ministering in the midst of war in places like the Sudan, South Sudan and Uganda.