He is the Executive Director, Haki Centre and the secretary to the board. Lore holds a bachelor’s degree in Developmental studies and a diploma in community development from the Technical University of Mombasa. He has over 7 years working experience in program development, Democracy and governance, Peace building and conflict management, nationality and statelessness among others.
She is the chairperson to the board of Haki Centre. Mwanamisi is a teacher by profession and practice. She has been very active in community empowerment and human rights issues. As a teacher and a human rights activist, she believes that giving the girl child equal opportunities in education will go a long way in transforming the society. That explains her interest in gender empowerment issues.
Husna is a trained legal and development practitioner with extensive experience in Development, governance and Human Rights Programming. She has experience with conflict management, governance, para legalism, community development, countering violence extremism, human rights, Land Rights Reforms, environmental conservation education, political reforms.Voted the 2nd Runners up SHUJAA –Female Human Rights Activist Award of the Year 2012
Livingstone is the treasurer to the board of Haki Centre. He holds Bachelors of commerce Degree from the University of Nairobi and currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. Livingstone has worked for ten (10) years in different fields including Human Rights, Community Empowerment, Program Development, Conflict Management, Peace building, Democracy and Governance. He has an immersion experience, knowledge and networks in social, community development, social research, interreligious dialogue, peace building, social audit, lobbying and advocacy.