Meet the team

The secretariat and council members

Tugutuke!'s Leadership

Whilst Tugutuke! is a people led movement, we have a council & secretariat that manages the daily activities of the movement

Chris Hollins


Mike Floyd


Dr. Carla Brailey


Council MemberDarren Hart

Darren is a Civil Engineering student at the University of Nairobi. He is also a life coach, mentoring youth, and has given himself to the service of the students on campus and the community at large.

A self-motivated, dependable team player with a proven track record, Darren believes the essence of life is to live beyond oneself. He is described by his contemporaries as humble and sociable and has over the years earned the trust and acknowledgment of many of his peers.

When he is not collecting data, conducting surveys, or writing proposals, Mr. Hart – who is also an environmentalist at heart – can be found pitching ideas for a better environment. He has an auspicious dream of planting two million trees across the country by 2025.

Council MemberOlive Adai

Ms. Adai is an Electrical Engineer with 3 years of experience in Power Systems Design and Management of Construction Projects in the Power Sector.

Developing reliable solutions is a key aspect of her role and she readily applies this skill, while working with the Tugutuke! Movement.ũ-Gikonyo.png

Council MemberWanjirũ Gikonyo

Wanjirũ Gikonyo is a champion for participatory-devolved governance and has extensive experience in the promotion of citizen-led accountability.

She is a founding trustee of The Institute for Social Accountability (TISA), which has been instrumental in advocating for effective devolution and meaningful public participation in Kenya.

She is also a staunch advocate for constitutionalism and has been on the forefront of several landmark public interest cases shaping the practice of devolution in Kenya.

Council MemberVictoria Chitwa

A sociologist with various qualifications in Social Sciences, English & Literature, and Human Resources Management, Ms. Chitwa has been a Human Resource Practitioner for the last 15 years and business for the past 10. Her soft skills include: digital literacy, community & resource mobilisation.

Victoria currently runs Lymas Health Bar and Lymas Juice & Smoothie Bar, an outfit that champions food as healthcare, looking to use natural foods & naturalistic diets to heal lifestyle diseases.

Council MemberWohoro Ndoho

An economist by training, Wohoro is the CEO of SNDBX Capital – a full spectrum capital advisory and financing firm focused on bringing sustainable financing solutions to African SMEs.

A past Director General of the Public Debt Management Office (PDMO) at the National Treasury, Nairobi Kenya, Wohoro is also a regular media commentator (KTN) on economic matters of public interest. An optimist at heart, Wohoro is particularly passionate about the state of Africa’s leadership, and how best to find practical and viable solutions to fix her ills wrought as of such deficient leadership.

Council MemberTatiana Gitonga

Tatiana is a vocational minister currently working with Nairobi Chapel. She holds a Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies with a focus in International Development and Urban Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary.

Underpinned by her multidisciplinary experience in the fields of design and construction, print media, church and mission, and academia, she supports teams she’s a part of with design thinking, strategic and operational planning, capacity-building, and communications’ management.

She’s passionate about creating and effecting change through developing people, organizing communities and catalysing social action and impact.ũ-Gitonga.png

Council ChairNjeri Kabeberi

Njeri is a passionate human rights’ defender and esteemed opinion-shaper with vast & exemplary achievements in the fields of equality & equity, governance, democracy and social justice.

Her deep efforts and lifetime commitment towards the protection of human rights have earned Njeri multiple international awards, notably, the Women’s Entrepreneurship Development and Gender Equality Award, the Humanity Award for commitment to Law and Justice, and the Democracy Ribbon for Commitment to Peace and Democracy among others.

Executive DirectorLuigi M. K

Luigi is a seasoned multimedia producer with over 15 years of experience in the design, direction, development and production of a broad range of creative digital media.

Through his extensive experience, he has been responsible for planning, organising and executing a wide range of critical end-to-end activities across several projects to support various entities’ objectives.

Director of CommunicationsLilian Okado

Lilian is an online entrepreneur, forex trader and cryptocurrencies’ enthusiast with a strong background in communications’ consultancy.

Her online copywriting and content Marketing agency – Say Cheese Writers – has been running for the last 14 years, helping organisations around the world better communicate with their target audiences and run effective content and online marketing campaigns.

She loves to give back in her free time and is a past club president of the Rotary Club of Muthaiga in Nairobi.

Council AdvisorDavid Kabeberi

David Kabeberi has been an accountant and business advisor for over 40 years.

He has a keen interest on governance in both corporate and public affairs and aims to positively transform the lives of others. Outside work, he is a philanthropist, farmer and enjoys singing.










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