An ordained Anglican minister, Rev. Dr. Linda works as the Executive Director of Hatua Trust, a faith-based organization whose mission is to catalyze Christians for Social transformation. She received a B.A. (First Class honors) in Linguistics and German Studies from the University of Nairobi, and an M. Div. (Pastoral studies) from Africa International University (NEGST). She completed her doctorate from Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, California in 2017.
“The time is always right to do what is right”
Martin Luther Jr. King
Sheila lyona maloba joined Hatua Trust in October, 2018 as a Program officer. Her scope of work involves working with religious leaders, women, youth and persons living with disability (PLWD) in western and Nyanza regions with closer interaction at county levels. On a national outlook, the organization’s activities cut across the entire republic.
Board of Trustees
Florence Simbiri-Jaoko, is a Kenyan lawyer, trained at the University of Nairobi (LLB) and University of Bristol (LLM) and is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya.
Violet Mavisi is a lawyer with 30 years of practice with experience in both civil and criminal law. She has experience and expertise as a consultant in the area of human rights, governance and human rights and health and gender issues.
G.K. Ndungu is an economist, a public policy analyst and a governance expert, with vast experience in policy design & development, public sector reforms, legislative development and political & economic governance.
Edward Nyamu is an Entrepreneur and a trained development economist with a concern for social transformation through community engagement especially in civic education issues.
An Anglican Clergyman and Community Development practitioner, with close to 20 years of experience in building faith based groups to become self reliant through small and medium enterprises.