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Professor. Danson Musyoki

Executive Director

Prof. Danson Musyoki hold Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Degree in Finance from Gulu University, a Public University in Uganda, Master of Business Administration Degree (MBA), with a Double Major specialization in Accounting and Finance, University of Nairobi, Bachelor of Commerce (Bcom) Accounting Option Degree, University of Nairobi. Registered and Practicing Member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPA-K), Registered and Practicing Member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Rwanda (ICPA-R), Registered Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants of United Kingdom (ACCA-UK), Advanced Diploma in Accounting and Business of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants of United Kingdom (ACCA-UK), Registered and Practicing Member of the Institute of Certified Investment and Financial Analyst of Kenya (ICIFA-K), Registered Member of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments of United Kingdom (CISI-UK), Registered as a Certified Public Secretary by the Registration of Certified Public Secretaries Board of Kenya (RCPSB-K), Registered Member of the Institute of Public Certified Secretaries of Kenya (ICPS-K) and Member of American Finance Association (AFA). Prof. Danson has over 25 years of Academic and Industrial Experience in the field of Finance, Accounting and Business Management having served as Vice Chancellor of various Universities in Rwanda and consulted for several companies in Rwanda and Kenya. Prof. Danson has supervised many theses and has published widely in reputable academics and professional journals.

Mr Martin Kweyu

Associate Director

Mr. Martin holds a Master of Business Administration Degree (MBA), specializing in Management Science, University of Nairobi, and Bachelor of Arts (Hon) in Economics, Egerton University. He has considerable teaching experience at University level and Management and Administration of private sector organizations. Mr. Martin worked as a Lecturer in several Institutions of Higher Learning in and outside Kenya for a period spanning over fifteen years. He held the position of a Human Resource Manager in several companies and that of a Senior Administrator in a Public University. Mr. Martin strongly believes that he has a wealth of experience that can benefit a training Institution in both teaching and administrative areas. On the teaching side, Mr. Martin has been a Lecturer in Business Schools/Faculties/Departments of a number of University, including ,University of Nairobi, Kenyatta University, Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Marist International University College, Tangaza University College, and KIM University in Rwanda. His areas of specialty in Lecturing are in exposing learners to Quantitative Techniques for Business Analysis, comprising of courses such as Business Statistics, Business Mathematics, Software Applications in Quantitative Analysis, including Statistical Analysis with SPSS and the spreadsheet of MS Excel, as well as Financial Modeling with MS Excel, to mention but a few. He has also guided a large number of students in their research projects at both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels in the School of Business and the School of Education of Catholic University of Eastern Africa. When the need arises, he has engaged in course curriculum development and improvement from time to time within the School of Business. Mr. Martin is pursuing a Doctoral of Business Administration (DBA) Degree in Finance to enhance his academic qualifications and knowledge. He has severally participated in community work that involved initiatives that target the less-privileged and the environment under the initiative of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa. His industrial working experience as a Human Resource Manager for a period of over three years included guiding, advising, and engaging in the process of company staff recruitment, staff training, management of staff medical cover, management of staff benefits and remuneration (payroll), and management of staff labor relations (unionized staff), to mention but a few. He held the position of a Senior Administrative Assistant within the Academic Division of the University of Nairobi. His major responsibility in that position was to oversee the efficient and timely processing of students’ transcripts/results slips from the main campus’ computerized and centralized database that held data for students running into thousands in numbers.