Management Head of the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI)
Daniel Ernesto Moser is the Management Head of the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI). As such he is leading the strategic development and the planning of activities of the initiative. Daniel is an accomplished urban mobility and transport specialist with +7 years of international experience. He has strong public and private sector experience and through his work has collaborated closely with non-governmental organisations and world leading research institutions. His special interests lies at the intersection of urban mobility, strategic infrastructure implementation and technology.
Maina is a transport expert with experience across Africa, where he has worked closely with government agencies, development partners and urban sector experts to tackle challenges of accessibility, sustainability and social exclusion in cities through policy reform,capacity building, infrastructure planning and implementation. He is currently a senior consultant at Atkins where he is part of the advisory team that helps clients to successfully deliver their big infrastructure and energy ambitions by combining deep business acumen with engineering expertise to provide seamless, end-to-end advisory services. He has a deep interest in tech-innovations around mobility and their potential to foster equitable and sustainable cities.
Stefanie Holzwarth is working in the Urban Mobility Unit at UN-Habitat, headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. She is involved in providing knowledge, advocacy, and technical assistance to national governments and local authorities in the development and implementation of sustainable urban mobility strategies. In her work, she supports broad consultation processes of stakeholders to develop mobility strategies that are adapted to local needs, avails international expertise and best practices, and is also involved in capacity building, training events or city-to-city exchanges. Previously, she has worked with GIZ in Urban Development Projects in Cairo, Egypt and Cape Town, South Africa. Disregarding of the bike-unfriendliness of many big cities around the globe that she lived in, Stefanie has discovered her enthusiasm for cycling. Not only for commuting-to-office purposes – but also by joining Critical Mass Events to create awareness of the cyclists’ rights to shared urban roads.
Constant Cap is a regular commentator on urban planning issues facing Nairobi and other African Cities through his blog African City Planner, through local dailies, international publications and on local media.
Born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya he is passionate about the planning issues facing African Cities. He has a deep interest in sustainable and inclusive mobility, urban resilience and people driven urbanism. He is a Graduate Member of the Town and County Planners Association of Kenya. He has previously worked at the Strathmore University Advancement Office and as the Executive Director of Kilimani Project Foundation.
Constant coordinates Naipolitans, a platform that brings together urban professionals and enthusiasts towards creating a better urban environment for all. He is currently an independent consultant working towards transforming the urban planning space in Kenya. His recent engagements have been through 'Sauti ya Nairobi,' a coalition that has been pushing for participation, accountability and transparency in the physical planning of the city. He is also conducting a research on the implementation of creative methodologies in sustainable and inclusive transport .
He has a Masters degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Nairobi, Kenya.
Katie is an expert in sustainable infrastructure, technology, and strategy. She is currently a Director at Liquid Telecom, a pan-African digital infrastructure company.Most recently, Katie launched and led Apple’s Clean Energy Program, an ambitious program to transition Apple's product manufacturing worldwide to renewable energy. Prior to Apple, Katie spent 4 years working in India for Acumen, a leading impact investment fund. She launched Acumen’s Energy Portfolio in India, investing in off-grid energy companies, and she currently sits on Acumen's Advisory Council. Having spent six years living in Asia and Africa (India, China, Nepal, Uganda, Botswana), Katie has had a unique global viewpoint and a deep understanding of these markets. Katie received her MBA and an MS in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University. She is a TED fellow and World Economic Forum "Young Global Leader."
Robert is an instructor on innovation and technology at the Strathmore Institute, a Mentor and Coach at the iBizAfrica Incubator. With a professional background in Accounting and Business Administration, he is very passionate about coaching early stage startups in the LEAN Startup Methodology with an emphasis customer development and business model development Community.
Marube is an experienced corporate finance expert with track record in
financial consulting for private companies, start-up companies, donor
agencies and government agencies in the areas of fiscal accountability,
fiduciary reforms, audit oversight, and technical assistance spanning 9
years across Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and South Sudan.
Marube is currently the CEO for Burnley & Company, a business strategy and
consulting firm based in Nairobi Kenya. He previously worked as a senior
auditor for Deloitte & Touche and subsequently as the internal audit
manager for Essar Telecom Kenya Limited (yuMobile) part of the Essar Group
Marube is also an independent Fiscal Consultant and has carried out
financial assessments and technical assistance for various grantees and
sub-grantees in the Sub-Saharan Africa region.
Marube Holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Finance from the University
of Nairobi; He is a Chartered Accountant, and a member of the Association
of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA). He has recently graduated with
the Entrepreneurship Development Programme from Strathmore University.
Morintat Peter Oiboo
Morintat Peter Oiboo
Advocate, Commisioner for Oaths & Notary Public
LL.B(Hons), UoN, Dip in Law(KSL), IMIS(UK), CPS(1), MWF-Northwestern University. Advocate Oiboo is President and Partner at McKay Advocates and has been involved in providing such similar legal support services and coaching to start-ups at the Kenya Climate Innnovation Centre (KCIC) in Strathmore University as well as Tech Bridge Limited, a Norwegian incubation hub based in Mombasa County.
Eunice Nyandat and Founder at MyBizMarketer based in Nairobi, Kenya. She has an Associate Degree in Applied Science in Computer Networking, a Bachelors of Science in Information Security, Masters in Business Management and Marketing. A former cybersecurity analyst turned product manager in Internet Security. This was her first taste of entrepreneurship. As a product manager of $100M Managed Security Product she was involved in all aspect of the product offering from the technicals to the financials, the marketing to the customer experience. She went on and co-founder of a lifestyle management company The ErrandManager in Atlanta GA. Three years later pivoted and founded a Digital Marketing, Advertising and Analytics firm. In 2014 she started to venture into Kenya market and fully transition to Nairobi in 2016. In her short time in Kenya, she has worked with following industries in technology, telecom, cosmetics, e-commerce, education, agriculture and health. Designed a campaign for a health app which gained traction in 3 months since launching, going from 500 to 10000 downloads. A self-professed geek and technology enthusiast, that loves the mix of technology and creativity. For fun, her passions are mentoring startups and women entrepreneurs. The journey with startups stems back from 2010 with 1M1M Program based in the USA, Startup Weekend Education (#Edtech) since 2016 and recently with Nairobi Innovation Week 2018 and Startup Weekend for Women Entrepreneurs. Follow her on Twitter @EuniceNyandat @Mybizmarketer @SWWENairobi @Edtech254
Cisco Regional Engineering Manager, Eastern Africa & Indian Ocean Islands
Ted is a technology business leader with a focus on digitally transforming how we live, work, learn and play. Having seen several businesses across various segments through their digitization journeys over the last 15 yrs, he’s keen on nurturing innovation and entrepreneurship. Ted is currently the Regional Engineering Manager for Cisco in Eastern Africa & Indian Ocean Islands. He is also leading Cisco’s Innovation and SMME incubation programme in the region. He is a graduate of Electrical & Electronics Engineering from the University of Nairobi and an Executive MBA from USIU. He’s currently pursuing a second MBA at Strathmore Business School with a focus on innovation and entrepreneurship.