Meet the team
Fields and Partenrships Coordinator
Martina is a passionate and trained nutrition expert with 10 years’ experience in high impact nutrition Interventions at a community level. She has hands on experience in maternal infant and young child nutrition, policy and advocacy from previous field work with USAID in Mombasa, and from working in both in-patient and outpatient therapeutic program.
Emma has 20 years' experience in designing, managing and investing in early stage community-based businesses. After a decade in Central America working to develop biodiversity-friendly business development to support the livelihoods of largely indigenous communities living around protected areas, Emma won a Skoll Scholarship to study for her MBA at Oxford University.
Marketing and Communications Manager
Winnie has over 7 years’ experience in developing and implementing internal and external communications strategies for grassroots and international organizations. She is driven by her passion for empowering women and girls and maternal and child health.
Faith is Tiny Totos’ Data Office, responsible for synthesizing, analyzing and reporting on our organizational data and impact month on month. Faith, who has over 2 years’ experience in data recording and analysis, previously worked as a freelance data analyst and also worked with KALRO Tea Research Institute under the department of Economic Field Advisory and Corporate Communications (EFACC).
Financial Literacy Coach
Nguhi is passionate about the empowerment of socially excluded groups, with a special focus on women and children through education, social and economic empowerment, advocacy and human rights.
Leadership and Development Coordinator
As the leadership and development coordinator, Delphine acts as the liaison between the daycare managers and TTK. She tracks the progress of daycares, to ensure that they are up to standard and are a safe place for the children to thrive. She is in charge of identifying gaps for capacity building and mentorship to empower and develop the managers.
Head of Sales
Timothy, TTK’s Head of Sales is responsible for driving sales of products that promote complimentary health and livelihood benefits to members of our network. Timothy who brings over 7 years’ experience in driving sales and leading teams acquired at M-KOPA Solar, and over 5 years’ experience in accounts from his work at the National Oil Corporation of Kenya and AAR Insurance, is a great believer in the ability of women in the informal economy to become effective sales agents with a little helping hand.
Business Field Coordinator
Rosalyne has 2 years’ experience working in programs that empower and grow communities, especially women and children. Rosalyne is part of TTK’s business team, tasked with promoting the sale of complimentary products that create a safe environment for the growth, health and wellness of children – such as clean cookstoves, water filters, and pressure cookers.
Elmard is a statistician with a passion for data management, and 2 years’ experience working in statistics and information technology. He leads our data processes and reporting, as well implementing analytical solutions for data.
Call Center Lead and Buru Buru Office Manager
Cathy, is our Call Centre Lead and Buru Buru Office Manager. Cathy plays an integral role in customer service in TTK as she is the first line of contact to our daycare managers, community health volunteers, community education experts, visitors and clients via our toll-free line. Cathy has over 5 years’ experience in customer service and administration. She identifies her passion for helping people as the key to delivering outstanding customer service.
ECD Resource Centre Manager
Florence has extensive experience working with children in the informal settlements of Nairobi's Eastlands. As the Resource Centre Manager, Florence ensures that TTK partner managers are supported with comprehensive information services and materials making skills to enhance the curriculum for the children.
Mildred is a seasoned early childhood educator and consultant with over 20 years’ experience working in various teaching and programme advisory capacities. Mildred has a deep passion for early childhood stimulation, and has been instrumental in supporting teachers and caregivers to engage in best practices.
Caroline brings 32 years’ experience as a Master Trainer and Nutritionist to Tiny Totos, where she helps to coordinate nutrition programs and baby friendly infant community initiatives and building capacity in maternal infant and young child feeding.
Finance and Administration Assistant
Dinah has 4 years’ experience in finance and administration. She keeps track of TTK’s daily expenses, and supports the finance office in maintaining records of all transactions and preparing financial reports.
Dinah has previously worked with Republi.ke Africa ltd in the operations department, and with Safi International as a Finance Assistant. She has also served as a Legal Assistant at Invesco Assurance Company.
Elaine has over 10 years’ experience implementing programs in social entrepreneurship, capacity building and community- based development. She has dedicated her career to addressing development challenges through evidence using social science research, design for implementation and evaluation. She is passionate about the potential our impact innovation can have in transforming the informal daycare market in Nairobi.
Joseph has over 11 years’ experience working in banking, administration and ICT. He is responsible for TTK’s financial and risk management work; Joseph also leads in the development and monitoring of financial and operational strategies for TTK’s business team. In addition, Joseph oversees our work training partners in business and finance management.
ECD Field Manager
Ann’s passion for child wellbeing spans over 15 years of a career dedicated to Early Childhood Development (ECD). She has 5 years’ experience as a preschool teacher, 7 years’ experience as a trainer and 6 years in project planning and management.
Biju heads the Health and Education investment team for the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in Sub Saharan Africa, managing a $170 million portfolio across 17 investments. Before IFC, Biju was East Africa Director of Acumen fund. He holds an MBA from the Indian School of Business.
Mary Ann is CEO of Haco Industries, a leading FMCG manufacturer and supplier in East Africa. She also sits on over 7 boards, including Sidian Bank and UAP Investments Ltd, owns and runs several restaurants and has 20+ years global experience in marketing and brand management for Coca Cola, GSK, Oglivy&Mather.
Mary Ann Musangi
Robin is the founder and former CEO of Environmental Resources Management (ERM) a $1billion USD global consulting firm. He chairs UNEP-WCMC and LOC (a global marine engineering consultancy) and has been chair/ a member of a number of public/private sector/NGO organisations. He was awarded a CBE in 1999 for Services to the Environment.
Stephanie is responsible for identifying and supporting DRK Entrepreneurs, and sits on the boards of several DRK invested ventures. Prior to DRK, Stephanie co-founded 3 social ventures including Project Healthy Children, which designs and implements food fortification programs in developing countries. Stephanie has an MBA from Stanford University.