Chairman & Director (Research)

Dr. Michael Ndengele, PhD

Chairman Dr. Ndengele holds a Ph. D. in Malaria Immunology and Pathology from Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio. He received his bachelor's degree in biological Sciences from University of Nairobi and Master's from East Stroudsberg University of Pennsylvania. He has a working experience of more than 20 years in academic institutions, pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries in USA. He has worked as a Senior Research Scientist and Mentor at Confluence Life Sciences, APSE LLC and Metaphore Pharmaceutical. He served as a Health Research Scientist for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in St. Louis and at the Saint Louis University School of Medicine where he previously was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. His work has been published in high impact peer review journals and is widely referenced by fellow scientists in the field. He is the Chairman of Global Campus of Innovative Technologies (GCIT). Currently, he is a senior research microbiologist with Microbe Inotech Laboratories, INC (St. Louis) and serves as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Microbe Scan LLC.

Co-Chair & Director (Health)

Dr. Nelly Chege-Kang'ethe, PhD

Co_chairDr. Kang'ethe received a Doctorate in Nursing Practice from Regis University, USA. Currently working at Johns Hopkins System in the Emergency Room, Certified as a Case Manager in care coordination and utilization review in the U.S. She oversees the quality, utilization and service of patient care services throughout JHH system. Also a strong advocate for access to and quality care in vulnerable communities in the USA and Africa, she mentors Masters Students at Towson University during community nursing projects. Her professional interests focus on advancing healthcare access and improving quality health care and her current project include reducing mortality rates and advancing healthcare access and quality in Kenya using a case management model. Currently, she is a Director and co-chairman of Global Campus of Innovative Technologies (GCIT). She was recently honored with the Community Service Award for her contributions to serving the needs of immigrants in the Baltimore area.

Treasurer & Director (Infrastructure Devpt)

Eng. Njoroge Wainaina

TreasurerEng. Wainaina received his B.S and M.S. in Civil Engineering from University of Minnesota and Iowa State University, respectively. He worked for North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) for 29 years. During the last 11 years at NCDOT He was the State Geotechnical Engineer responsible for supervising over 150 engineers/scientists responsible for design of over 250 km of roadways and 150 bridges per year (construction value of over one billion dollars per year). He joined Geosyntec Consultants in 2013 where he directed the reconstruction of over 400 km of premature failed pavements in Ecuador (South America). Currently, he is working on a major dam rehabilitation project in Vass, North Carolina. Eng. Wainaina also chaired Soil Mechanics Section of the U.S. National Academies of Sciences (NAS) from 2007 to 2013.

Secretary & Director (Education)

Dr. Kathanga-Clayman, EdD

SecretaryDr. Christine Kathanga-Clayman received a doctoral degree, in Educational Leadership and Conflict Resolution from Nova Southeastern University and is currently an administrator at the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the USA. A strong advocate for Classroom Management and Cultural Competency, Dr. Kathanga-Clayman involves her students and staff in learning to be global citizens by studying, respecting and engaging other cultures through personal and digital interaction. In addition, she serves as a director and the secretary for Global Campus for Innovative Technologies (GCIT), and is a member of CAESPA professional association. Dr. Kathanga-Clayman was recently honored with the Distinguished Educator Award for her contributions to the field of education and conflict resolution management at the Clark County School District.

Director (Education)

Dr. Wilson Wamani, PhD

Education Dr. Wilson Wamani received a doctoral degree, in Applied Statistics from the University of London, UK. and has over 30 years of experience in University teaching/research; curriculum development and administration; and implementing ISO quality management systems (QMS) in semiconductor and railroad industries. Dr. Wamani is a certified Lead auditor for ISO 9001: 2015; ISO 14001:2004 and AAR M-1003, and a strong advocate for excellence in process improvements. Currently, Dr. Wamani is a Director of Quality Assurance for Georgetown Rail Equipment Company (GREX), USA, a certified Six Sigma Black Belt by the Air Academy Associates Inc. USA, and was recently honored for the statistical contributions as an author of two GREX patents in the field of railroad wood-tie inspection using machine vision technology.

Director (Accounting)

Dr. Noah Wangai, PhD

Accounting Dr. Noah Wangai received a Doctor of Ministry in pastoral care from the Graduate Theological Foundation of Indiana and Master of Divinity (MDiv.) from the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC. He is also a Certified Addiction Counselor (CATC) and a Certified Public Accountant (CPAK). He has 25 years of experience in accounting, audit and taxation. He has served as hospital chaplain, addiction counselor, and the national treasurer of the Baptist Convention of Kenya. As a staunch believer in community empowerment, he recently incorporated and launched Caldia Housing Cooperative Inc with the purpose of providing affordable housing to the diaspora community residing in Southern California.

Director (Infrastructure Development & Planning)

Mr. Samuel K. Ng'ang'a

Planning Samuel K.Ng'ang'a received a Diploma in Building & Civil Work in Construction. He attended Appalachian Technical College for Autocad program later joining California State University for Construction Project Management. He is currently pursuing another Autocad program at Ashworth college. Mr. Ng'ang'a is a strong advocate for proper development having planned numerous designs in various projects. He was honored with Business Entrepreneur Award at Kennesaw State University. Mr. Ng'ang'a has handled mega construction projects from ground zero to handing over timely as scheduled. He Serves GCIT as a director of Infrastructure Development and Planning. Mr. Ng'ang'a was recently appointed as a director of CALDIA Housing Co-operative Society in California.

Director (Environment)

Ms. Kezia Njango Kirika

Environment Keziah is a Program Assistant at the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and Environment Director at Global Campus for Innovative Technologies. She has a Degree in Business & Office Management; three diplomas (one in French Language), and UNEP certificates for participation in Clean Up The World and tree planting. She contributed towards UNEP's UN Award (the 21st) after UNEP-led Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign success. Through UNEP's International Children's Painting Competition, Keziah has contributed towards raising environmental awareness worldwide. In 2010, Keziah's passion for environment was featured on UN's website As a member of Shimba Support Group, Kwale; Jambo Estate Welfare Association, Nairobi and Kiawairia Primary School, Kiambu, she has freely contributed towards clean-up and tree planting.


Kenya Medical Mission 2017

September 8, 2017 - September 21, 2017