Compassion CBO Young Leader

Board of Directors...

Compassion CBO is composed of board, staff, volunteers, and well-wishers who are committed to improve the lives of  children, girls and women and help  them build resilience from lack of access to education, gender based violence and overcome  stigma discrimination and marginalization

Board Chairlady
Community Development /Human Rights Actvist

Lucy Njeri
Lawyer by profession

Susa Njeri - Secretary Board Member
Community Development/Secretariat

Christine Andia – Board MemberCommunity Social worker

Festus Kinyua - Vice chairman
Retired Educationist

Eris Khajia - Member
Journalist by profession>

Evanson Njeru - Board/Trustee

Staff

Priscilla Mumbe: Executive director
She holds Bachelor of Education

Rose Njoki: Financial officer
She is a Certified Public Accountant.

Mary Nyambura: Assistant Communication Manager
Diploma In Community Development

Joan Mawia: Monitoring and Evaluation manager
She holds Masters Degree in Community Development.

Mellan Mekhaphila: Field Officer
Bachelor of Education Stella Nkatha: Advocacy Manager

Joy Caiso: Information and technology officer
She Hold BCs information and technology.

Laise Anindo: Statistics/ record keeping officer
She Holds Diploma in Statistics/ record keeping

Roles:

  • Implementing decisions revolving around the organisation.
  • Making reasonable decisions on behalf of the organisation.
  • Advising members where necessary.
  • Making policy decisions for the organisation.
  • Preparing the organisation budget.
  • Advising, monitoring and maintaining the planned programmes.
  • Establishing special administrative sub-committee.
  • Preparing and organising meetings.
  • Interviewing and hiring volunteers.
  • Seeking donor support and giving commitment to donors for proper accountability of funding.
  • Supporting orphans and vulnerable children.
  • Mobilizing resources for proper execution of the objectives of Compassion CBO.
  • Doing all such other things as are incidental or conducive to the attainment of any of the above objects.
  • Partnering with other organizations and individuals locally, regionally and internationally in furtherance of the objectives of Compassion CBO.
  • Practicing integrity of the highest level, observing honesty and working with openness and respect.

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