a) Five persons who shall be qualified supplies practitioners, nominated by the Council from amongst the members of the Institute, one of whom shall be appointed by the Council as Chairperson of the Examinations Board;
b) Two persons nominated by the Minister responsible for education, one of whom shall be from the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development and the other from the Kenya National Examination Council;
c) One person nominated by the Commission for University Education;
d) One person nominated by the Director-General of the Public Procurement Regulatory Authority;
e) One person nominated by the local universities; and
f) One person nominated by the Kenya Private Sector Alliance.




WASIKE WALUBENGO is versatile Supply chain and project management Professional with over twenty years Progressive experience in senior management, different industries including years of practice in supply Chain Management in public service. Over ten Years, he has worked as Chairman board of Directors: Community Breakthrough Support Mission between (NGO), Chairman CBSM Sacco Ltd ,Vice Chair and Chairman Kenya Association of Project Managers ,United Nations Online Volunteer, Skills advisory Council committee member at TVET/CDACC(, Part time lecturer -University of Nairobi, Researcher and journal publisher.




PROF. URBANUS N. MUTWIWA is a member of the Kenya Private Sector (KEPSA) Education subcommittee where here presents the Environment Institute of Kenya. Having worked in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology (Kenya), Liebniz University Hannover (Germany) and Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand), he has rich experience in higher education, research and consultancy. He serves in various boards like Directorate for Academic Quality (JKUAT), Environment Institute of Kenya and is the current Chairman of the Committee of Non-Related persons in Africert Limited. He has authored various publications, participated in scientific conferences and supervised several postgraduate students. In 2006, he was awarded the Max-EythNachwuchsfoederung prize by the Association of German Engineers, for his research in protected cultivation. He is the founder Dean of the School of Biosystems and Environmental Engineering, JKUAT, and enjoys mentoring young people.



GILLIAN MWANIKI is currently working at Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development as a Senior Principal Curriculum Development Officer in the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) department. She holds a PhD in Business administration and Management-Banking and Finance from Kenya Methodist University, a Master’s Degree in Banking and Finance from Moi University, Masters of Science Degree in Entrepreneurship from JKUAT and bachelor degree in Education from Kenya University. She also holds a CPA(K) and Credit professional management from KASNEB.



LINDA INGARI is a Senior Supply Chain Specialist with over eighteen (18) years’ experience having worked in the manufacturing, education, telecommunication and the banking sectors. She spearheaded the development of the National Curriculum for Procurement and Supply Profession in Kenya – Associate in Procurement and Supply (APS) and Certified Procurement and Supply Professional (CPSP-K). She has also facilitated various workshops and lectures in the supply chain management field. Linda holds a First-class honours Bachelor degree and Master of Business Administration from Kenyatta University. She also has a Postgraduate Diploma in Procurement and Supply from CIPS-UK, an International Diploma in Supply Chain Management (MLS-SCM) from ITC and a Diploma in Business Management from KIM. Linda is a member of KISM- Kenya; CIPS-UK and ISM-USA. Professionalism, Integrity and Diligence are her key drivers.



MARK KEMBOI KANDA is a public procurement practitioner with over 17 years in supply chain management in higher institution of learning (JKUAT) and water sector. Currently HoP of North Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency. I also Chair the sub-committee for Corporate Services of KISEB board which is a support service to the examination body in terms of financial planning, staffing, procurement and administrative services. He holds Master’s Degree in Procurement and logistics from JKUAT and Bachelor’s degree in purchasing and supplies management from Moi University.



DICK DAN AJELE works with Parliamentary Service Commission as Chief Procurement Officer. Mr. Ajele holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Nairobi and a bachelor’s degree in Purchasing and Supplies Management from JKUAT. He has over 22 years of experience in the fields of supply chain management, risk management and conflict resolution management and leadership skills attained from Arab Gulf Development Programs (AGFUND). Mr. Ajele has also worked with UNICEF.



LEONARD O. ADHIAMBO is a Senior Test Developer at the Kenya National Examinations Council in charge of Business Studies at school and post school levels with 25 years’ cumulative experience. He is trained in assessment at the Cambridge Assessment Network, Cambridge University, a graduate of the University of Nairobi in Education, a long serving Teacher and School Administrator, a Quality Management Systems Auditor from the SGS Academy, and a Trainer of Trainers.



PETER N MWANGI is the Senior Deputy director, Supply Chain Management Services at the National Treasury. Mr. Mwangi has over 25 years of experience in supply chain management in both public sector and non-governmental organisations. He holds an MBA from Esami and Bachelor’s degree from University of Nairobi. He also a graduate CIPS diploma in Purchasing and Supply Management.


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