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Staff team

HarrisonHarrison Mungai– trained as a Mathematics and Business Studies teacher from the University of Nairobi. After a short stint in High School teaching, Harrison resigned and volunteered in Norcot Mission Church in Reading, UK and during the following year did an apprenticeship with the 9:38 movement at All Saints Crowborough in Sussex, UK. He has Masters in Divinity [Theology] from the African International University (NEGST). He serves as the Executive Director.

Andy Harker is the Programmes Director. img_4091He coordinates training, research and international relations and is a Crosslinks mission partner. He has done several apprenticeships in the UK and has a Ph.D. in New Testament.He is married to Susie and they have three children.

 

IMG_2565James Wainaina is the manager in charge of Administration and Finance. He is a graduate of Kenyatta University in Hotel & Institution Management. He has done two-years of apprenticeship in rural Kenya working amongst youth and the elderly people. He now holds a Masters of Divinity degree in Biblical Studies from AIU.

Fidel Nyongesa –Manages the apprenticeship programme.IMG_2559 A graduate of MasindeMuliroUniversity in Finance, Fidel did our apprenticeship programme and then proceeded to do a year in North London and a further year training in Bible exposition at Cornhill Training Course. He is currently a student at AIU pursuing Masters of Art in Biblical Studies.

IMG_2564.JPGGerald Mwangi– Manages the TransformD Discipleship Programme, a six months residential programme that seeks to mentor high-school leavers  into Gospel believing and Living. before joining college. Gerald has several years of experience working to inspire young people into Christian ministry. He studied at Belfast Bible College UK for his undergraduate theology degree. He also holds a Master’s in Theology from Union Theological College(Belfast).

Mary Njeri: A graduate of Moi University withIMG_2566 Bachelors in Business Management (Maritime Management). She joined iServe Africa in 2014 and did two years of apprenticeship. She served in accounts, children and youth work at Dove Christian Fellowship in the first year and served in iServe Africa’s office as an accounts assistant in the second year. Mary now helps in accounts and admin in iServe Africa office. She loves Jesus, children’s work and crafts.

Stan.PNGStanley Wandeto. After his first degree in 2014, Stanley joined iServe for two years in ministry apprenticeship. Stanley has a background in tourism and hospitality and he has a passion for business and technical work. He now works at the partnerships department and helps in business development.

 

Leah Githiri: Leah joined iServe as an IMG_2562apprentice in 2013 after which she was seconded to join the Associate Scheme at St. Helens Church, Bishopsgate in London for 2 years. Upon her return she joined the staff team in September 2016, working in the Programmes Department as a Ministry Training Facilitator.

IMG_2568Peter Kamau:  Peter joined iServe Africa in 2014 where he served in apprenticeship programme for two years, working with ACK church Sololo for 1st year and iServe Africa programmes department in the 2nd year. He was seconded to Cornhill training Course, UK for a year. His first degree was Actuarial Science. Peter joined iServe staff team September 2017 to serve as a ministry training facilitator.

Margaret Achieng joined iServe Africa after her IMG_2576first degree in accounting from Daystar University 2014. She served in the apprenticeship program for two years. Her second year was spent in St Helen’s Bishopsgate Church in London learning more about how to handle the scriptures and helped in Children’s Department. She is currently in programs department and helping with TransformD.

 

 

 

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