Kanyi a creative entrepreneur based in Nairobi, Kenya and is the current Board chair at Hope for Cancer Kids.
She is the CEO of All & Sundry Limited, a graphic design company. She is also a watercolour artist and teaches watercolour painting too.
The married mother of 4 holds a BA in Fine Art from Kenyatta University, and is passionate about all things design, mentorship, and excellence. She is a certified Competent Communicator from Toastmasters International.
Kanyi has been with Hope for Cancer Kids for over 5 years, during which she has overseen the art therapy class held every week at Kenyatta National Hospital.
Her guiding principles are attention to detail & excellence, teamwork, mentorship, and integrity.
Adept and Committed Lawyer with over 10+ years of experience in Human Resource and Operations. Seeking to use substantiated leadership and professional skills to enhance awareness and ensure avalability of care for children with cancer.
She serves as the Director of Transmere Group Ltd, Kenya. She is a member of The Institute of Human Resource Management, Women on Boards Network and a Certified Professional Mediator.
Bachelor of commerce-finance option, CPA(K). Currently working as a consultant in audit and accounting
Tom is a social scientist and patient advocate who currently works in Kenyatta National Hospital, Cancer Treatment Centre. His accomplishments include the successful implementation of the Patient Navigation Program at KNH.
A patient centric service delivery model that seeks to eliminate barriers to timely cancer diagnosis and treatment. His educational background includes: Master of Arts in Project Planning and Management (University of Nairobi); Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Religious Studies (Egerton University.
He has worked closely with global organizations such as American Cancer Society, (ACS) to promote cancer research and access to treatment. He also mentors a team of medical students from University of Nairobi, Faculty of Health Sciences.
He has been a volunteer of Hope for Cancer Kids since 2017 His areas of interest include sustainable development, affordable cancer treatment, technology and innovation.
Caroline Murugi Kaburu is a career banker. Her son was diagnosed with Non-hodgkin's lymphoma at the age of 3.5 years and was a beneficiary of HCK’s NHIF support program.
She brings both her corporate experience and her wealth of knowledge as a caregiver to the HCK board and is passionate about making a difference to families battling cancer
Culian is a focused, result-oriented, Accounting and Administrative professional with Over 10 years of progressive career experience in various fields.