Mr. George Njoroge

Group Managing Director & CEO
Mr. George Njoroge

Group Managing Director & CEO

As Group Managing Director & CEO, George Njoroge is accountable for advancing the strategic vision of EAST AFRICAN DATA HANDLERS (K) LTD and growing the company’s business lines through continued investments in technology innovation and service enhancement. George holds extensive executive experience with more than 10 years in the IT software industry, leading teams across all functional disciplines.

Prior to EAST AFRICAN DATA HANDLERS (K) LTD, George has held several positions where he has served in several management capacities and received several achievement awards in his tenure locally and internationally, some of the organizations are including Microsoft and IBM Partner Company, Most recently with AITEC Africa, as Group executive Director of IT where he had accountability for Operations of all IT infrastructure, operations and strategic direction for the business. He holds significant global experience having been a consultant in many organizations across the African Continent.

George is professionally amongst the first few Computer Forensic experts in Africa, Holds a Bachelor of Information Communication Technology from International University of Professional Studies. Nairobi. Kenya and also a student of Information Technology at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Nairobi, Kenya. He is also a senior member of the International Society of Forensic Examiners and International Association of Computer investigative specialists IACIS

He is married with three children.

Mr. Julian Kyula

Board Chairman & Board Member

Mr. Julian Kyula

Board Chairman & Board Member

CEO/FOUNDER, Mobile Decisioning Africa Limited | Motivational Speaker | Senior Pastor, The Purpose Centre Church | Passion

– People, Development and Empowerment

Julian is the founder and CEO of MODE. A serial entrepreneur, his focus is on strategy and business development. Julian has experience in the Credit Sector having worked at the Credit Reference Bureau Africa (CRB) in Nairobi. Prior to Mode, Julian founded Quest Holdings, after working as an Operations Analyst and Collections Manager for Nationwide Credit Inc in Houston Texas. He has also worked with Allegis Group in Houston Texas, doing credit scoring for Citibank and Amex

Mr. Andrew Loketo Kariu

Board Member and Director

Mr. Andrew Loketo Kariu

Board Member

Partner at Njeru, Nyaga & Co. Advocates Embu, Kenya

Andrew was admitted as an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya in 2004.

He has a wealth of litigation practice spanning ten (10) years. His experience stems from handling various high profile contentious and non-contentious matters with stellar performance, in different and at times complex aspects of local and international laws.

He understands and appreciates the depth and complexity of the legal system. Consequently, he works towards helping clients achieve their goals by combining the highest standards through practical experience, specialized knowledge and tailor-made solutions in each and every subject matter.

His keen attention to detail, sharp grasp of issues, tenacity and thorough preparation are some of the key attributes that that make him an asset

He also provides clear, relevant and timely legal advice as well as actively pursuing all avenues of alternative dispute resolution. It is noteworthy that this assists clients in achieving their objectives and managing their legal risks with little disruption to their businesses.

Prof. Peter Kagwanja

Board Member

Prof. Peter Kagwanja

Board Member

Prof. Peter Kagwanja (born August 8, 1963, in Rwathia location of Kangema Division, Murang’a County) is a Kenyan academic who has widely consulted on politics, govern- ance and geo-strategic issues. He is also the founding President and Chief Executive of the Africa Policy Institute, a Pan-African think-tank specializing in policy research on security, governance and strategic issues in Africa. As an academic émigré in the United States of America, Europe and South Africa during the latter years of President Daniel arap Moi’s regime, Kagwanja worked with numerous universities, intellectual networks and international research think-tanks, including the International Crisis Group, where he served as a Pretoria-based regional director in Africa. He has written widely on refugees, counter-terrorism, and youth and generational politics in Kenya.

Kagwanja is famous for his published intellectual works on the Mungiki youth movement, which is popularly demonized as a successor to the Mau Mau and a sharp reaction to the intense modernizing direction of the Agikuyu. As one of Tanzania’s youngest political thinkers and strategists, Kagwanja has become better known as an adviser to President Mwai Kibaki’s government. He led the think-tank of Kibaki’s Party of National Unity (PNU) during the watershed talks on a new constitution in Kenya’s lakeside town of Naivasha. Kagwanja eventually became the Co-director of the National Secretariat set up by the Government to manage the campaign for a new constitution in the run up to the 4th August 2010 referendum.

Prof Olive M Mugenda

BOARD MEMBER AND DIRECTOR