Mr. Joseph Odingo
Mr. Joseph Odingo is a minister of the youth in high school and in colleges on current moral dilemmas facing the youths (including negative media, teenage sex, effects of pornography, drug abuse, gaysm, abortion among others. He has worked with the Africa Inland Church (A.I.C), Nairobi Training Centre as the principal for a period of over 10 years. He has also worked with Kenya Students' Christian Fellowship as Greater Nairobi chairperson, The National Treasurer and vice chairman where he gained practical experience with the youths in Kenya. He holds a degree in leadership and Management from PAC University. He is married to Beatrice Odima and has four children. He is the current K.S.C.F General Secretary.
Finance & Administration Coordinator
Mrs. Emmalynn Akinyi Akumu is a Certified Public Accountant (K) knowledgeable in both Accounting and Auditing. She has worked in various fields and held various positions. She carries with her a wealth of experience in Accounting & Finance and prior to joining KSCF in 2013 as the Finance & Administration Coordinator she worked with the World Council of Credit Union (USDA project). Emma is married and a mother of three children.
Communications & Partnerships Coordinator
Peter is currently serving God at KSCF Communications Coordinator & Partnerships Coordinator. He has a passion for young people and a speaker on the dilemmas facing young people especially on Social Media, Drugs, Peer pressure and self esteem. He holds an advanced Diploma in Information Technology and currently studying BICTM (Information Communication Technology & Management), Maseno University. He is also pursuing a Diploma in Divinity with CLI, USA. Peter is married to Stella Wamaitha, and they are blessed with two children, Keziah and Raphael.
Elizabeth is a graduate with journalistic expertise from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. She majored in broadcast and public relations and hence she is very comfortable with the media technology revolution. She is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Communications, UoN. She is currently serving at Kenya students’ Christian Fellowship as the Research Assistant with an aim writing a book that glorifies the impact KSCF has on an individual and society.