Hon. Maritim is a Telecoms Engineer with vast knowledge in ICT and has worked in several African countries. He believes in building teams and especially now as he leads the ICT Authority Board which oversites the organization.
Mr. Mongo is a focused Public Administrator with proven years of experience in Public Policy Formulation, Project Planning and Implementation in Kenya’s Public Service. Has strong analytical skills, excellent communication and public relations skills, work with dedication and excels in teams with a natural ability to break down complex scenarios and synthesize them into actionable targets. A highly ethical, honest, and dedicated self-starter, works well under pressure and a stickler to timelines with minimal supervision.
Mr. John Njogu was appointed to the Board on 29th March 2022 as an alternate to the Principal Secretary Ministry of Lands and Physical planning. Mr Njogu is a State Counsel and head of the Legal Unit in the ministry. He previously worked in the Ministry of Youth Affairs, Sports, Culture and Arts and in the litigation department of the Office of the Attorney General (14 years). He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law (LLB) and Bachelor’s in Commerce (BCom) from the University of Poona as well as a diploma from the Kenya School of Law.
Ms. Edna Atisa was appointed to the Board of Directors as an alternate to the Principal Secretary National Treasury on 30th April 2022. Ms. Atisa holds a Master's Degree in Economics, a bachelor's of arts in Economics and a post-graduate diploma in education from the University of Nairobi. She is an economist with vast experience in economic policy and formulation.
Ms. Pauline Wamuyu Kimotho is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya with 14 years post admission experience.
She is a specialist in Telecommunication Law, Contract Law, Commercial Law, Employment and Labor relations Law, Public Sector Law, Compliance and general corporate governance practices.
She holds a Master’s Degree in Commercial Law from the University of Cape Town South Africa, a Bachelor’s degree in Law from the University of Nairobi Kenya and a Diploma in Law from the Kenya School of Law. She is also a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Public Secretary.
As the Head of Legal and Secretary to the Board at the Information Communication and Technology Authority (Authority) of Kenya where she is currently based, Ms. Kimotho is charged with developing the Authority’s policies on intellectual property, data protection, conflict of interest, access to information and any other issues of interest and concern to the Authority. Ms. Kimotho also advises the Authority on emerging legal issues that affect the operations of the Authority.
Ms. Kimotho’s has an interest in policy development. She has horned her skills further over the years she has worked in the Public Sector. She has participated in Policy and Law development in the Telecommunications Sector, having worked on the development of the Kenya Information and Communication Act Regulations of 2010, while working at the Communications Authority of Kenya and currently as a member of the Taskforce on review of the Kenya Information and Communication Act, 1998. Ms. Kimotho is also a fellow of the 2020 Women in Cyber Fellowship awarded by the Foreign Commonwealth Development Office and has participated in the proceedings of the UN Open-ended Working Group on Security of and in the use of Information and Communications Technologies 2021–2025.