Pamela joined the Kenya Society Committee as Honorary Secretary in November 2016 and brings with her several years of management experience at leading multinational organisations in natural resources and international development sectors in the UK and Africa respectively.
Pamela studied in the UK obtaining a Masters in Marketing and E-Business Management. She is keen to utilise her skills and competencies to support the Executive Committee deliver on its mandate and ensure the Society adopts to the agile environment to enable it serve its diverse member profile.
She views the function of the Society as promoting Kenya’s interests in the UK through deepening partnerships, nurturing intercultural understanding, and promoting trade linkage. A key enabler will be hosting a range of events and using technology to effectively communicate and engage with members and other stakeholders.
Pamela is passionate about education, and set up an Independent Schools advisory service that helps families from Africa find suitable boarding schools for their children in the UK. In her spare time, Pamela can be found volunteering at the various school events, her local church and exploring the fascinating city of London. Some of her interests include athletics, wildlife, photography, fashion, arts, walking and sharing a fine pot of Kenyan tea with friends.