The Most Rev. Dr. Jackson Ole Sapit is the current Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya. He is also the Bishop of the All Saints Cathedral Diocese and the Bishop in Ordinary of the Kenya Defence Forces. He holds a Diploma in Theology from the Berea Theological College, Nakuru, a Degree in Divinity from the St. Paul’s University and a Master’s Degree in Social Development and Sustainable Livelihoods from the University of Reading, England. He was also awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the Global University for lifelong Learning in California.
Prior to his Current Posting, he served as a clergy in various Dioceses within the Anglican Church in Kenya and as the Bishop of Kericho Diocese. Currently he sits on various other Organization’s Boards where he brings his knowledge in leadership and Development. He is also the Chairman of the St. Paul’s University, Limuru.
The Most Rev. Dr. Jackson Ole Sapit is committed to building the church and ensuring holistic growth within communities. Through the ACK strategic Plan 2018-2027, he intends to drive the Church’s agenda is social transformation in the country.
Joseph D Galgalo, is the immediate former Vice-Chancellor of St. Paul’s University in Limuru, Kenya. He is a Professor of Systematic Theology at the same university, but is currently on leave of absence and fully engaged as the Provincial Secretary in-charge of Mission strategy, Research and Linkages at the Provincial office of the Anglican Church of Kenya. He holds a PhD in Systematic Theology from the University of Cambridge, UK from where he graduated in 2001. His doctoral research was on “Eucharistic Sacrifice: A Theological Study of the Sacrificial Interpretation of the Early Eucharist and its Role in the Economy of Salvation (AD.30-202),” under the supervision of Prof. David F Ford, then the Regius Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge.
Prof Galgalo is a born-again Christian, an ordained minister in the Anglican Church of Kenya and an honorary Canon of All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi, Kenya. He is a family man married to Jane Galgalo, and are blessed with three children.
He has experience spanning over 20 years in teaching, supervision, research, mentorship and administration at the university level. He served as the Head of Department in the Faculty of Theology, St. Paul’s University (2003 – 2006) and later as the Dean of Faculty of Theology (2006 – 2010) before he was appointed to the position of the University’s Vice Chancellor, a role he has held from 2010 to 2020.
He has served on the Inter-Anglican Theological and Doctrinal Commission (2001-2007), Archbishop of Canterbury’s Panel of Reference (2005-2006), Theological Education Reference Group for the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa (CAPA) (2004-2008), member of Ecumenical Theological Education Board of WCC (2003 – 2006); and currently on the committee of the Anglican Communion’s Lambeth Working Group (LWG); and is also on numerous other academic networks, community and non-governmental organizations where he has served or continues to serve.
Prof. Galgalo is a recipient of numerous awards in recognition of his service including the most recent award of the Cross of St Augustine for Services to the Anglican Communion from the Archbishop of Canterbury. He is an experienced speaker and delivers academic lectures globally, the latest being the 2020 Henry Martyn Lectures, a prestigious biennial lecture series sponsored by the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, University of Cambridge; where he delivered a three-part lecture series titled: “Uniqueness and Universality of Jesus Christ: Inculturation Christologies of Africa”
He has keen interest in inter-contextual and contextual theologies, and theological education. His research interests include developments in contextual theologies, especially African Christianity, inculturation Christologies, Theological Education and Church Relations. He is the author of African Christianity: The Stranger Within; and African Christologies: A Survey and Critique of Interpretations of Jesus in Africa and has co-edited many books including, Theological Education in Africa, and Theology, Disability and Society, and have published several book chapters and articles in refereed Journals on various subjects including African Christology, Anglican Church Growth, Syncretism and ethno-Christianity, Eucharist, Theological Education, Theology in the University, God and Disability, Human Sexuality, Christian response to Terrorism, Leadership and Mission Strategies, and many more.
The Rev. Dr. Canon Rosemary Muthoni Mbogo is the Provincial Secretary of the Anglican Church of Kenya. A dynamic leader, trainer and manager, Dr. Rosemary holds a Bachelor of Education (University of Nairobi) and a Masters of Arts degree in Theology and Biblical Counseling from the Nairobi International School of Theology. She has worked as a teacher, Head-teacher, Inspector of schools, lecturer, and University Council Member at St. Paul’s University. In addition, she is an ordained clergy in the Anglican Church. Until 2018, she was the Chairperson of the National Council of Churches. She has also been involved in other national advocacy engagements which have contributed immensely in addressing issues affecting the country. These includes, among others, the National Council of Churches of Kenya as the Commission Member.
Dr. Rosemary has also published two books namely “Woman, a vessel of Honor” and Great Potential” explores various issues that affect women and the place that they hold in the growth of a vibrant society. She passionately, highlights the dignity of women in Development both in terms of personal and community growth.
Mr. Jackson Macharia Kirikiru is the current Finance Director of the Anglican Church of Kenya. He has previously served as a technical teacher. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Finance, an MBA in Finance and a member of the Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (CPAK).
Wilberforce Wangalwa holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education (Physics and Chemistry) from Kenyatta University, a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science from Kenyatta University, A Master’s Degree in Biblical Studies from the African International University and Numerous Certificates in Theological Education by Extension. Wilberforce has previously worked as a teacher and is at the time also involved in active service within the Church as a member and Chairperson of several Boards.
Bwibo has wide experience in Programs as well as Organizational Development, leadership and Management spanning over 20 years. He holds an MBA from the University of Nairobi and several certificates in program management and corporate governance. He has worked as a teacher and other established organizations such as National Council of Churches of Kenya, Hope for African Children Initiative and Plan International.
Charles Mugo is the Finance Manager at ADS Kenya. He holds a Master of Business Administration majoring in Finance from the University of Nairobi and a Bachelor of Business Administration and Management, accounting option from St. Paul’s university. He is a qualified chartered certified accountant and a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant (ACCA), a global body for professional accountants.
Charles began his career in 2004 as an audit officer in a mid-tier accountancy firm. He would later enhance his experience in a commercial and service-sector before joining the church as a programme accountant.
He is sturdy in policy formulation and development, performance management and business turnarounds. He’s pioneered the roll out of SAP Business one, an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) at ADS Kenya. He’s also very skilled in Quick Books accounting software.
He’s the current Chairman, Board of Communication at the Anglican Diocese of Mt. Kenya South and an honorary Treasurer of ACK Shinyanga Parish.
Francis Mueke is the Manager of the ACK Guest House Nairobi. He Holds a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Business Management and is also a certified Public Accountant. He has worked at the Guesthouse since 2005 rising through the ranks to become the team leader. Francis seeks to transform the Guest house into one of the preferred hospitality service-provider in town through skills he has acquired over the years.