Justus Munyithya is a renowned Human Rights lawyer. He is a former vice chair of the Law Society of Kenya (LSK), Mombasa branch. He has a Masters degree in law (LLM) and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Nairobi and a Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law. He is also a lecturer at the Kenya School of law.
Grace Okumu joins the Kituo Cha Sheria board of Directors as a member. She is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya with G. A. Okumu & Co. Advocates. She brings in expertise in Human rights, family law and Public Interest Litigation and areas Kituo Cha Sheria focuses on. She has also served as a volunteer advocate for Kituo Cha Sheria for several years.
Mr. Okech Owiti is an advocate and a senior lecturer at the university of Nairobi Kisumu Campus. He is a renowned publisher and defender of human rights especially to the poor and marginalized members of our society.
Onesmus Makau is a judge of the High court of Kenya and the former volunteer advocate of Kituo Cha Sheria for many years before his appointment to the bar.
Mercy Wambua is currently the Chief Executive officer (CEO) at the Law Society of Kenya.
Fatuma Dubow is a seasoned health care professional with over 30 years’ experience in International development, Gender equality and Human rights. Fatuma holds a masters degree (MSc.) in International Health from the University of Heidelberg in Germany and Bsc in Gender and Development issues,Prior to joining the Kituo Cha Sheria, Fatuma worked with the Ministry of Health at Division of Reproductive health and Family planning, leading and coordinating with stakeholders implementing Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights Programmes at National and Regional level including with Reproductive Health Inter-Agency Committees (RHIC) &TWGs for over 15 years. Fatuma has the apportunity of working with various International NGOs such as Daninda, GIZ,Care International and this includes worked with the United Nations (UNICEF ,UNwomen and UNFPA) .
Fatuma,comes with a wealth of experience in the field of advocacy and promotion of human rights and Gender equality.
Joy Asiema is a practicing advocate at Asiema and Co. Advocates. She holds a Master’s degree in law from Harvard University and a leading specialist in Conveyancing and Commercial law. She brings to the board over 15 years’ experience gained from meeting the legal advice needs of both local and international organizations to litigation in all Kenyan jurisdictions.