Our CIPA Executive

Kenneth Cherogony

Nationality: Kenyan

Higher Education Graduate from Trinity Western University BC, Canada.
Work Experience: Previously in the banking industry and currently engaged in business in the telecommunication sector. Kenneth is the current CIPA CHAIRMAN and has previously served as vice Chairman before his current tenure he has also been a member of the (Cippa) Executive Committee for the past three years. He has daughter and son year 9 and year 7 respectively, the two have been at Gems from inception.
"I regard as true the Nigerian proverb ""It takes a village to raise a Child""
"In this respect I am passionate in advocating team work, with all parties in all deliberation touching on the welfare of our Children."

Kiragu Wachira

Nationality: Kenyan

Higher Education: : Holds an MSc in Public Policy and Management, University of London, Master of Laws (LL.M) with specialization in International Economic Law, University of South Africa, Graduate Diploma in Legislative Drafting, Athabasca University, Canada, Post Graduate Diploma in Management, University of Cape Town, Bachelor of Laws (LLB), University of Nairobi. He is also a Certified Public Secretary (CPS- K).
Work Experience: Director of Sustainable Institutions Consulting Ltd, a consultancy firm that specializes in providing technical support to government and industry in public policy, legislative development, strategy, governance and institutional development. Kiragu serves as the CIPA SECRETARY and has two daughters; Waithiegeni Kiragu (FS2) at GEMs and Nyaguthii Kiragu (23 months). He is excited about GEMs core values and how the school supports the students to live the values.
"Believes in lifelong learning for everyone and hopes to see the young minds committed to that"

Mary Mackenzie-Kubo

Work Experience: Mary is a marketer by profession and an Information & Technology Engineer. She currently owns and manages her own companies based in Kenya and the UAE and has previously worked in the Hospitality sector for last ten years building systems for hotels in East, West and Southern Africa. She has two children at GEMs Tyler and Erykah.
"I believe that education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world"

Elize Helberg


Tabitha Kabiriri-Perkins


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Muhanji Alexandriah