Advisory Board

Joseph Okelo, Executive Director of Makini College & Makini Training & Consultancy


Joseph Okelo is the Executive Director of Makini College. The College offers professional courses in Marketing, Public Relations, Communications and Accountancy. He is also a Director of Makini Schools, a private school in Nairobi that comprises a kindergarten, primary and high school.
Joseph received his undergraduate degree in Sociology from the University of Western Ontario, Canada and an M.B.A. from University of Nottingham, U.K.

Ms. Agatha Juma


KTF is a tourism private sector industry in Kenya traditionally has seven active private sector bodies representing the association of tour operators, Hotel keepers and caterers, Travel agents, Air Operators, Budget hotels, Mombasa& Coast Tourism and the Eco-tourism Society of Kenya.

It also-:
Provides a single voice for the tourism industry.
Enhance ethics and standards in the tourism sector.
Strengthen private sector representation on the various organizations/boards that impact on tourism.
Provide a forum through which the industry can give input to the marketing of Kenya as a destination.
Lobby and constructively engage on issues critical to tourism.

Aymeric Lanez


Aymeric Lanez has been working for Amadeus for over 10 years. He started at the Head Office in Madrid, Spain, as Market Manager for the Middle East & African Region.

He was responsible of the creation of 5 new Amadeus subsidiaries in Nigeria, Sudan, Central & West Africa and finally East Africa where he was relocated in 2003 to become Regional Manager. In 2008 he started Amadeus in Yemen and Lebanon. Now back in Nairobi he is the Key Account Manager for Sub-Sahara Africa.

Mr. Dick Okallo


Dick Okallo sits in for Kenya Utalii College, he is a lecturer in Tourism and Environmental Studies at Utalli College, Tourism Department. He has Over 6yrs experience in Tourism and Training Research.

Currently he is working on his Ph.D in Environmental studies.

Ms. Anne Musau


is the senior assistant director of tourism. She holds a B.A HONS. from Nairobi University and DIploma in International Relations.

She is responsible for marketing Kenya Tourism,both locally and overseas and in the implementation of tourism policies,projects,programs and strategies.

Kahindi Lekalhaile, Chief Executive Officer, Ecotourism


is the Chief Executive Officer at Ecotourism Kenya since March 2011.

Mr. Kahindi began his career as an avid naturalist in 1988 and holds several college diplomas and university degrees in environmental studies & education, business administration and social anthropology.
His working experience is gained from serving (through full time employment and consultancies) in government, non-government, private and civil society organizations as an educationist, trainer, research scientist, honorary warden, program manager and projects coordinator. Kahindi serves on the Board of Directors for several organizations, including Kenya Tourism Federation, Namunyak Wildlife Conservation Trust, and Federation of Community Tourism Organizations (FECTO).
Mr. Kahindi is the winner of the 2006 Disney Conservation Hero Award by Disney Foundation, USA.