Business Monthly East Africa Top 25 Awards and Recognition, is not about the size of the organization, turn over or profitability. The awards and recognition are more about the leadership traits, corporate governance and ethical business traits and practices.
Born in 1985, Dr Fardosa Ahmed is a Kenyan physician, entrepreneur, and health administrator, who serves as the chief executive officer of this private health facility that she co-founded and co-owns.
As the CEO of KEPBA, Dr Wilfred Marube’s vision is to see Kenya having grown its exports beyond 25 percent annually, as reflected in the 3-year strategic plan that the institution has put in place.
Over a 17-year period, Corine Mbiaketcha has worked in various technology transformative roles across West, Central and East Africa.
Dr Githinji Gitahi remains one person who has clearly led from the front in sharing facts and giving timely, honest and often courageous information to help manage and contain the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Dr. Rakesh Rao says that over the next decade, his ambition is to see turnover double to at least KES 20 Bn.
Rebecca Mbithi’s key reasons behind the success of Family Bank is the institutions focus on diversification and onboarding of new engagements with strategic partners, growth of the customer base, confidence rebuilding and brand drive which has culminated into the rollout of the bank’s brand campaign in 2020, dubbed ‘Fuzu na Family’.
Jimi Kariuki followed in his father’s footsteps and joined the hospitality industry in Kenya, Sarova Hotels & Resorts, in 1992.
John Gachora has under his belt several years of experience in executive management positions at various global companies in Corporate and Investment Banking, Structuring and Financial Engineering, Commercial Banking and Financial Services.
Nobody is versed in matters infrastructure finance than Nganga Njiinu. From his perch as the CEO of TransCentury, he is viewed as an authority and thought leader in this subject.