ENAI has a team of qualified staff members who have experience and competence for their assigned responsibilities according to the organizational needs taking into consideration the uniqueness of the areas the organization targets.
Human Resources Professional with a Bachelor of Commerce Degree and a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources Management. Marrion has a wide experience in Human Resource and Administration having worked with various industries. Her areas of interest are human resources, communication and administration.
Lokina Margaret Kishoiyian currently pursues an LLM in Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy (IPLP) in University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from Africa Nazarene University (ANU). She is an advocate in the High Court of Kenya. Lokina has passionately championed for the rights of indigenous women and girls in the community. She has inspired and mentored many girls in the community. In the forefront handled litigation advisory on women land rights and property amongst the indigenous Maasai community. She is also in charge of fundraising strategy plan for the organization.
Catherine Makena Njoroge is an entrepreneur with a background in secretarial and office management from Universal Group of Colleges and personnel management and social entrepreneurship. She has worked on projects with women on social entrepreneurship through micro financing mechanisms including table banking for low income earners.