Daisy AmdanyExecutive Director
Daisy is a governance, development and women rights specialist and activist with several years’ experience working in the field. As the Executive Director, Daisy is in charge of the overall management if the organization in the delivery of its strategic goals and objectives in collaboration with the board she is in charge of resource mobilization, budget control and strategic oversight of the programmes.
Winfred KimeuProgrammes Officer
Winfred is the Programme Officer at CRAWN Trust. She is a Community Resource Management graduate from Kenyatta University with over 5 years’ experience in Community Development. Winfred is passionate about the empowerment of women into change catalysts in their communities. At CRAWN Trust, Winfred’s contribution to the overall organization mandate is through mobilization, training, reporting, knowledge management and monitoring of projects.
Caroline MuthoniFinance Officer
Caroline is the finance and administration officer at CRAWN TRUST. She is a holder of a degree in Finance from the University of Nairobi with 5 years of experience in the financial management in the NGO sector. She is responsible for generating all financial reports, budgeting and ensuring all financial requirements are met. Caroline is passionate about women right issues and believes that women and Girls should be empowered and given the opportunity to make decisions in all spheres of life
Edward MainaField Officer Outreach and Advocacy
Edward is the Field Officer Outreach and Advocacy at CRAWN Trust with over 13 years’ experience in community-based interventions through outreach and advocacy. He has been involved in community work at various levels and is a dedicated educator and community liaison with vast expertise in mobilization, strategy, and communication.
Cindy KobeiProgrammes officer
Stephen ItiakoritResource Mobilisation and Partnership Development Advisor
Stephen Itiakariot is an accomplished economist, financial and resource mobilisation expert. His outstanding capabilities have earned him opportunities to work with the community solutions Program of the International Research and exchanges Board (IREX) of the USA department of states, The Circular Economy Catalyst of Adelphi and IKEA Foundation, and Now the Volunteer Cooperation Program with the World University Service of Canada where he is Placed with CRAWN trust. His drive is to contribute to the fast growing East African growth. His passion is to build systems that lead to sustainability, development and socio-economic empowerment which he does through mentorship and coaching as well as programmes development. At CRAWN Trust, he works to support the organisation’s long-term resource mobilisation as well as build lasting partnerships