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Telkom Kenya adds two new independent board members

Telkom Kenya announces new board members

Dorcas Kombo and Jinaro Kibet have joined Telkom Kenya's board.

As reported by techweez, Kombo is a fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants, an associate of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya and a member of the Institute of Certified Public Secretaries of Kenya as well as the Institute of Directors.

“She has vast experience in auditing and human resources consulting, having worked at Deloitte and later at Coopers & Lybrand as an audit manager before the merger to form PricewaterhouseCoopers.”

As a management consultant under Meltis Consulting, techweez says Kombo has worked with like-minded firms to deliver human resources and organisational development services to governments, public and private sector organisations across Africa.

She is also a member of the KenGen Board, a position she has held from 2005. During her tenure on the Board, she has chaired the human resources committee for two terms and is currently the chair of the audit and risk management committee.

Second board member, Jinaro Kibet is a Partner at TripleOKlaw Advocates, in charge of corporate and commercial law. He is also an advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a commissioner for oaths and notary public with over 26 years of experience in private practice.

“Kibet is a member of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association, the East African Law Society and the Law Society of Kenya. He is also a board member at Unga, Prime Bank Limited, Strathmore Business School, Sicham Aviation and Elmarak and serves as the Chair of the Capital Markets Tribunal.


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