Board Members

Shaban Varajab

Shaban Varajab is the Founder and Team Leader of 42 Change Makers. He supports board members in approving organization’s action plans, operational procedures, policies, and standards with a view to positioning the organization strategically for future success. Shaban holds a bachelors degree in Education (Mathematics and Economics) from Moi university in Eldoret Kenya and a masters degree in International Peace Studies (policy analysis and project evaluation) from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, USA. You can learn more about Shaban’s story and his dream for 42 Change Makers here.

Musera Geoffrey

Musera Geoffrey Ababu holds a doctorate degree in Economics of Education and Management and is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Educational Planning and Management, School of Education, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Kakamega Kenya.

Dorothy Nasirumbi Okello

Dorothy Nasirumbi Okello is a French-English translation and interpretation consultant, tutor and data analyst consultant. She loves learning new languages, and is a trained teacher of French with a degree and various certifications from CNED and CAVILLAM.

Wilfred Kinyanjui

Wilfred Kinyanjui is a Registered Nurse who works at Rosewood staffing agency In South Bend. Due to the struggles that Wilfred underwent while growing up in Kenya, he is very passionate about helping the less fortunate in society. Wilfred is also the director of Embrio Enterprises INC (USA, and Uganda). Embrio Enterprises INC is a subsidiary company of Embrio Enterprises Pte Ltd (Singapore). In his spare time, Wilfred enjoys volunteering in community projects.

Meshack Kogo

Meshack kogo is a Data assistant (ICT) at University Health Services at the university of Nairobi, Prior to his current position, he served as a Data Assistant at USAID AMPATH, at Eldoret, Busia and Kitale Clinics that dealt with care and dispensing of Anti-virual drugs.


Vincent R. Ogoti is a scholar-practitioner with extensive experience running peacebuilding projects and activities in Africa, the Middle East, and the US. He uses humanities and social science tools to build peaceful and sustainable communities. Vincent is a Mellon Public Humanities Fellow and a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He was also a Fellow with the African Studies Program and Odyssey Beyond Bars.

Vincent earned a master’s degree from the University of Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and was a Fulbright Fellow at Yale University.