Mr. Gabriel Sam Amolo is the Executive Director of OGRA Foundation.
Mr. Amolo joined OGRA Foundation in 2006 as a Project Officer. He was very instrumental in seeing OGRA Foundation growing from its conception to a great NGO with over 80 staff.
He has risen through the ranks, through hard work and commitment to the Organization's goals and objectives. He was appointed Senior Program Officer in 2007, then Deputy Director in 2009, a position he held until 2012 when he was appointed the Excecutive Director.
He holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from Moi University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management from the University of Nairobi. He has also recently completed a three months course on management through the commonwealth scholarship in the UK.
Dr. DIANA ODHIAMBO: MBChB, MPH
SENIOR PROGRAM OFFICER
Dr Diana Odhiambo is currently the Senior Program Officer. She is a Medical Doctor by Proffession and has worked with the Ministry of Health in various capacities. She holds a Masters in Bussines Administration. she has extensive knowledge and hands on experience in Public Health
FINANCE & ADMIN MANAGER
James Akali is an accountant with over 7 years work experience, mostly in management of grants. Before joining OGRA Foundation, James worked with Eldoret Polytechnic as a Lecturer of Accounts and with Mayfair Holdings as an Accountant. With OGRA Foundation, James has worked as the Project Accountant in-charge of APHIA-II Nyanza (USAID Funded), Direct-Relief International Project, HIV Project (Funded by PEPFAR through ICAP/CDC) and currently as the OGRA Foundation Finance and Admin.Manager. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) degree from Maseno University, CPA-K, Higher Diploma in Human Resource Management and Diploma in Business Management .He is currently pursuing MBA (MSU), ACCA certification by a Global Accounts accrediting body. In addition, James has attended short term trainings including USAID Contracts & Co-operative Agreement – Inside NGO,Project Planning and Management Workshop – BT Consultants Kenya, USAID Rules and Regulations- inside NGO-Nairobi (Kenya), Grants Management Workshop- infotrak (Kenya), Global Fund Management-Kenya Red cross Society.
- Rose Juma
Human Resource Officer
Rose is one of the longest serving staff for OGRA Foundation. She holds a Bsc degree in Hotel and Institution Management from Maseno University. She started working in OGRA Foundation in 2007 and has worked in various capacities as Personal Assistant to the Executive Director, Training Assistant, Office Administrator and currently the Human Resource Assistant.
She is currently the Secretary to both OGRA SACCO Society Ltd and OGRA Staff Welfare Association.
Her hobbies include cooking, crocheting, sewing and reading.
- Onguko David Amonje
- POSITION: Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Manager
Mr. Onguko David has a master’s degree in Public Policy and Economic Development from the KDI School of Public Policy and Management (South Korea) and an undergraduate of Ternopil National Economic University (Ukraine) having graduated in International Economics and Enterprise. He has other certified qualifications from the World Bank and Korean Development Institute in M&E Impact Evaluation, turning promises into Evidence. Mr. Onguko has a global and rich experience in working with several NGOs across the globe dealing with humanitarian assistance. He is a trained economist with the ability to evaluate the performance and impact of development programs as well as designing policies geared towards sustainable development initiatives.
At Ogra, Mr. Onguko is involved in monitoring projects under the Health Start program as well as Global Fund Round 10 program. Prior to joining orgra Mr. Onguko was working as an associate consultant With PEAK Network Consultant- a Management Consulting Firm aimed at assisting organizations in improving their efficiency and effectiveness in the dynamic environment. While in the Ukraine, Mr. Onguko worked for Campus crusade for Christ as a regional coordinator and Global Aid International. His hobbies include undertaking research activities in areas of interest, participating in essay competitions, playing Lawn Tennis and taking adventures
- Judith Ayiecho
Position: M&E Officer
M &E Officer in the Global Fund Project. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Community health from Daystar University.
She has volunteered as a counselor in Nairobi Women’s hospital; she also has experience in data collection, and case assessment in rural communities.
Her hobbies include swimming and meeting friends.
POSITION: M&E OFFICER
Dominic Kipyegon is an M&E Officer based at OGRA Foundation headquarters. He has an excellent knowledge on computer operations/applications, database management, hardware&software maintenance and networking services. He has experience in data management tools i.e. OpenMRS, Access, Excel, SPSS; worked with three organizations namely KEMRI-FACES-RCTP, KEMRI-ITM and Family Health Options of Kenya as a data assistant. His hobbies include making friends,travelling,Swimming.