Meet Our Dedicated Team
MICF has strength in the following areas; capable human
resource, strategic premises, relevant registrations, reliable
partnerships and good track records.To date, the foundation has seen several projects aimed at enabling vulnerable children and youth to live healthier and purposeful lives through provision of basic survival needs (shelter, food, clothing, medical care and protection from harm), rehabilitation, life skills, emotional health and formal and vocational education. The foundation has continued to appreciate its presence in the society and her voice which has seen increment in development for personnel's in the psychosocial cluster through training and development of volunteer counselors.
The foundation is managed by a board of five who assumes secretariat functions. Of them, the top three Chairman, Chief executive officer and coordinator programs spearhead development of activities and oversee service delivery to ensure accountability of all functions.
Currently the chair, MICF. Mr. Mutiso is an associate consultant Transtime consulting limited, pioneer pastor the door Christian fellowship church and author two titles; Lengthen thy cord and Go in this thy mighty which are Christian leadership books. Read more… Chairs all MICF board meetings, represents the foundation in both local and international forums which present MICF’s areas of key interests. He is key in strategizing and outlining for implementation of alternative livelihood programs and trains entrepreneurship and financial literacy forums organized by MICF. Consequently Mr. Mutiso has honed great experience facilitating career development programs.
Catherine Gachutha, PhD.
CEO MICF, Catherine is the lead facilitator MICF team of professionals. It’s agreeable that, her wide hand’s on experience in leadership, management and counselling psychology has fetched her tremendous impact in administration and general progress. To this effect all MICF departments report to her office. Read more… In addition; to date, Professor Catherine chairs Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of Kenya (CADCKE) and locally represents Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA). She is an appointed Kenya Certification Council member in NACADA, a member of Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) representing Private TVET institutions in Kenya in ensuring quality assurance. Having progressively been involved in leading roles and task forces committees, board and panels charged with diverse mandate in both academic and otherwise; Professor Catherine has demonstrated capacity to offer transformative leadership. She holds a Doctorate in Psychology; Masters in Counseling Studies, and Bachelor in Theology among other credentials.
Consolata Waithera, M.A. Counseling Psychology,
Coordinator programs, Consolata manages safe integration of MICF projects. Working with varying objectives on different deliverables and observing project guidelines to achieving of both short and long term goals, Consolata has proved very key in both managing and delivering on MICF projects. Read more… Proficiency in resource mobilizing, Consolata continues to earn not only MICF trust but greatly she is esteemed and honored most resourceful by partnering donors. The foundation pride in her consistency and royalty in service. Consolata represents the foundation in all forums which promote same objectives. She hosts, visits and organizes for donor meetings, prepares and submits reports.
International Organization for Migration (IOM) | Bridges of America | National AIDS Control Council | National Campaign against Drug Abuse (NACADA) | Community Anti-Drugs Coalitions of America (CADCA) | Kenya AIDS NGOs Consortium (KANCO) | Community Anti-Drugs Coalition of Kenya (CADCKE) | Kenya Counselling and Psychological Association (KCPA).