Team

Sr. Margaret Mutiso

Program Coordinator

Sr. Margaret belongs to the Daughters of the Sacred Heart (DSH).

She is a co-founder of the Leaders Guild Alumni Association on December 8th 2013 and is currently serving as the Program Coordinator.

She has eight years’ experience of working as a Parish Pastoral Coordinator, six years as the vocations directress, six years as a local superior, and three years as a formator in her congregation DSH.

She holds a Diploma in Catechetics and Pastoral Ministry from the Institute of Catechetics and Pastoral Ministry at Chemi Chemi ya Uzima Nairobi Kenya. She has a Bachelor of Arts with a focus on Leadership and Management from DePaul University, SNL Chicago USA in which she received the Student Excellence Award. Has a Master of Arts in Social Ministry from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA), and has trained as a Certified Organizational Effectiveness Coach at Coach Development Institute of Africa (CDI).

Sr. Elizabeth Isingi

Finance and Administration Manager

Sr. Elizabeth M. Isingi, L. S. O. F serves part time as The Leaders Guild Finance and Administration Manager. She holds a Diploma in Pastoral Ministry and Catechesis from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, a B.A in Liberal Arts with a focus on Leadership & Management Degree from DePaul, SNL University Chicago, and a Masters degree in Religious Studies from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Religious Studies at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. Her focus area is marriage and family. Elizabeth  is  ICF-Certified Coach  by Organizational Effectiveness Coach at the Coach Development Institute Africa. (CDI).

Kathleen Lihanda

Operations Manager & Leadership Coach

Kathleen Lihanda is a Co-founder serving as Operations Manager & Leadership Coach in the Leaders’ Guild – Tangaza University College, Nairobi, Kenya.

She has a BA in Liberal Arts with a focus in Leadership & Management from DePaul University, Chicago in which she received the Student Excellence Award.  She has an MBA in Social Entrepreneurship from Graduate Business School in Catholic University, Milan, Italy in which she received the Entrepreneurship for Impact (E4Impact) Award. She is a member of  ICF (International Coaching Federation). She is the Founder and Senior Career Coach in My Career Identity (MCI), Nairobi, Kenya.

Jacqueline Abuor

Public Relations & Marketing Manager

Jacqueline serves Part Time as The Leaders Guild- Public Relations & Marketing Manager and one of its Founders in 2013.  She is a graduate of DePaul, University, SNL Chicago – Bachelor of Liberal Arts Degree with a Focus on Leadership and Management and a trained Counselor from Amani Counselling Centre & Training Institute.

She has over ten years’ experience in the counselling field and has served as a Counselor/Trainer at Amani Counselling Centre & Training Institute and Head of Counseling Department at Crisis Pregnancy Ministry- Kenya. (CPMK)  Currently serves part-time with Hiari Counseling & Consultancy.

Jacqueline is an ICF-Certified Organizational Effectiveness Coach by Coach Development Institute- AFRIC

Dr. Kenya Grooms

Chicago Liaison

Dr. Kenya Grooms is a faculty member at the School of New Learning, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

She received a BS in Child Development from Northern Illinois University and an MA in Psychology from National-Louis University. She received her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology. She completed her clinical internship at Will County Health Department, Child and Adolescent Behavioral Services and has worked in community mental health and faith based settings.

 Sr. Alice Anzoyo

Kenya Liaison

Sr. Alice is the assistant director of the Centre for Leadership Management, Tangaza University College.

She is a PhD student in the doctoral programme at the Institute of Social Ministry, Tangaza University College. Her background is in finance and her interest is the education of adult learners. She has been a provincial of her congregation of the Sisters of Sacred Heart of Jesus, and appreciates the difficulties faced by women religious ministering in the midst of war in places like the Sudan, South Sudan and Uganda.