Mr. Kenneth Mwige
Mr. Kenneth Mwige is a lawyer by training, with wide-ranging experience in banking, finance, human rights, governance and public sector reforms.
He has a Master of Laws (LL.M), International Commercial Litigation, Corporate Finance, Restitution Law & International Human Rights from Downing College, University of Cambridge, a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) from Faculty of Law, University of Nairobi and a Diploma in Legal Practice from the Kenya School of Law.
Mr. Mwige has previously worked with the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, the International Commission of Jurists (Kenya Chapter), served a Placement as a Pegasus Scholar of the Inner Temple at One Essex Chambers and the then Paisner & Company Solicitors, London, the Standard Chartered Bank, the Kenya Anti-Corruption Authority, the Interest Rates Advisory Centre Ltd, the then Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission, the then Public Complaints Standing Committee of Kenya (Ombudsman), and has consulted for the State Law Office in the Directorate of Public Prosecutions and the Judiciary.
He is currently working in the Shipping and Maritime Industry as Secretary-General of the Intergovernmental Standing Committee on Shipping (ISCOS).
Mr. Mwige has a professional interest in Public Sector Management and Reform, Justice and Software Development (private and public sector spheres).