The Afyakit Team
Frida njogu ndongwe - ceo
She heads the company, focusing on strategy and sales. She has 14 years’ experience in public health programs across HIV, TB, eHealth and maternal, newborn and child health. A doctor by profession, Frida also worked at McKinsey & Co as a consultant in their Nairobi office. Frida has a medical degree from the University of Nairobi and an MPH first-class from University of Auckland and has provided consulting services for governments as well as local and international agencies.
Kennedy Mukuna - Head of Product
Kennedy worked as a data and policy analyst at the World Bank and various data analytics startups before Afyakit with experience spanning across finance, health and agriculture. Kennedy is a graduate of Harvard College and the Harvard Kennedy School, in mathematics and development economics.
Moses Owino - Partnerships and Business development
Medica doctor with extensive experience in the public health system in Kenya. Moses has a medical degree from the University of Nairobi.
Roseline K. Njogu - General Counsel
Roseline K. Njogu is the General Counsel at Afyakit. She brings 13 years of legal experience advising corporations in technology, health, energy, financial services and international development. She is the co-founder and partner in charge of the commercial law practice at Lexlink Consulting and Omondi Mutava & Company Advocates. Roseline holds a Master of Laws (LLM) degree from Harvard Law School, and a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB) from the University of Nairobi. She is a PhD Candidate at the University of Nairobi.
Roseline is also an accomplished author and academic, and teaches at Strathmore University
Catherine N. Mutava - Finance and Operations
Catherine Mutava is a tax lawyer with over 13 years’ experience in tax. She holds a master’s degree in International Tax from New York University and a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Nairobi. Her areas of focus include: international taxation, tax policy, gender and tax, taxation and inequality as well domestic tax. She has a wealth of experience having worked as a tax researcher in Netherlands at the International Bureau for Fiscal Documentation (IBFD) an organization that specializes in tax research and cross-border taxation. As part of her work she was involved in the in-depth tax research on tax systems of nine African countries including Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Gambia, South Sudan, Ethiopia and Liberia. Her tasks included the authorship of an in-depth tax analysis of the Kenyan income tax system as well as that of South Sudan as well as the editing of the tax surveys on the other countries. She has worked with KPMG, one of the leading tax firms in the country and has been involved in the set up and running of tax departments for two leading law firms in the country. She is also the Associate Director of the Strathmore Tax Research Centre and a member of the Tax Appeals Tribunal.