Kenyatta University class of 2021 Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm) graduate with a sound record of pro-active and people-centric leadership skills.
In college, he served as the chairperson of the Kenyatta University Pharmacy Students` Association (KUPhSA) where he was involved in organizing and championing student- lead activities in the field of Pharmacy. It is through his work at KUPhSA that he was appointed to serve as a commissioner to the Kenyatta University Electoral Commission for the year 2019-2020.
He holds community development at heart. He is a mentor to the Wings to Fly children under the Equity Group Foundation. He is also a peer- mentor in the Maara Group Visioners; a CBO based in Tharaka Nithi County, involved in mentoring high school and primary school children towards academic excellence. He is also the current organizing secretary of the group.
He is passionate about: pharmacy, patient-centered care, pharmaceutical supply chain industry, Healthcare systems strengthening, client experience, pharmaceutical care and brand development and equity in access to healthcare among African communities.
He is keen on changing the Africa healthcare space through progressive policies and innovation.
At KHF, Moses is involved in project support and coordination, and administrative support. He is also a member of the KHF Covid19 Response Team.