Leadership Team

We walk the journey with you !

E.A.C.H leadership team with extensive industry experience.

Dr. Peter M. Nthumba FCS(ECSA)

Co-founder & CEO

Dr. Nthumba is the Head and Program Director of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery at the AIC Kijabe Hospital. He is a Clinical Associate Professor, the Department of Plastic Surgery, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. He is an expert in Clinical Research, Healthcare guidelines development, Conducting feasibility studies, Medical writing, Project Management, and Grant writing. Dr. Nthumba is a past President of the Surgical Society of Kenya and current chair of the Global Surgery Committee of the SSK. He was awarded the SSK Humanitarian Award in 2022. He is also an international member of ACAPS and participates as faculty in the SHARE Research Club. He is the Research section editor for PRS Global Open and sits on the editorial board of the Annals of African Surgery. Dr. Nthumba is a widely published author with interests in research, trauma, surgical infection, reconstructive surgery, and global surgery. He is a member of the WHO Technical Advisory Group on hand hygiene and IPC. Previously, Dr. Nthumba was a member of The WHO Guidelines Development Group that developed the Hand Hygiene Guidelines published in 2009, and the Global SSI Prevention Guidelines published in 2016. Some of his publications are on PubMed: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=nthumba . As Founding CEO, he is responsible for the Quality & Excellence of Clinical Research training, planning, and the overall implementation of consultancy objectives.

Mr. Moses Odhiambo

Program Coordinator

Mr. Odhiambo is a biostatistician with over 5 years of experience in epidemiological studies, data management, and analysis.  He is passionate about medical statistics and is well-versed in R, Python, STATA, and NVIVO, as well as scientific writing for publication. Mr. Odhiambo is enthusiastic about knowledge translation, dissemination, and data-driven decision-making. He is in charge of coordinating and ensuring seamless operation of key administrative processes, as well as engaging with partners and collaborators. He is currently a clinical data analyst and data analysis trainer at AIC Kijabe Hospital.

Mrs. Nenkai Michelle NN​

Strategic Marketing & Functional Services Manager

Mrs. Michelle is a skilled educator who has taught in Kenyan high schools (English and Kiswahili) as well as in India at the Ida Scudder School in Vellore. She is a linguist who speaks English, Kiswahili, Maasai, French, and Spanish and has taught communication as a part-time lecturer at St. Paul’s University. She has a B.Ed. (Arts) and a master’s degree in literature and is currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Nairobi. She is an outstanding health communicator as well as a counselor and life skills trainer. Currently, she serves as Strategic Marketing and Functional Services manager

Mr. Onesmus Odongo

Administrative Officer & Company Secretary

Mr. Odongo is a registered nurse and resourceful professional who is passionate about ensuring a healthy and informed population through educational, preventive, and curative programs and research. He has demonstrated competence and expertise in primary and secondary healthcare, chronic diseases, nutrition, reproductive health, Maternal and Child Health (MCH), and critical care. He is skilled in data management and analysis using NVIVO, STATA, SPSS, and R statistical software. He previously worked as a research nurse at AIC Kijabe Hospital and is now an Assistant Research Officer at the Kemri Wellcome Trust Research Program.

Mr. Stephen Kamau Njuguna

Financial Manager

Stephen is a Registered nurse and a Clinical Research Associate (CRA) with vast experience in research ethics, coordination of complex multi-site clinical studies, monitoring of clinical trials including site initiation and close-out, development of research protocols, epidemiology, and M&E. He is proficient in data management and analysis using NVIVO, STATA, SPSS and R statistical software’s. Stephen holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from Moi University and has pursued specialized training in research administration, project management, and epidemiology. He previously worked as a research nurse at AIC Kijabe Hospital and is now an assistant research officer at the Kemri Wellcome Trust Research Program.