Has over 25 years in Public Administration. He rose steadily through the ranks from the level of District Officer, District Commissioner and eventually Provincial Commissioner in the Kenya Public Service. He has also served as the Director General, National Youth Service and as Secretary Sports, Ministry of Sports, Culture and the Arts.
He was appointed to the current position of Chief Executive Officer, Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya (ADAK) in February, 2016 having benefited from various training’s and collaboration meetings with other players in the industry, and exhibiting commitment for the development of integrity in Sports.
Ms. Shibutse has a Masters’ Degree in International Studies (Development Cooperation) and worked as a Sports Officer at the Department of Sports, Ministry of Sports & Heritage for 18 years up to 2015 when she was seconded to the Anti-Doping Agency of Kenya. In addition to her Masters, she also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Community Development and has undergone various sports administration trainings.
Since 2015, she has benefitted a lot from various trainings and collaboration meetings through WADA, iNADO and other partners in the anti-doping fraternity.Ms. Shibutse has served as a joint secretary to the Anti-Doping Taskforce that was set up by the Ministry of Sports to investigate the extent of doping in Kenya. She has also briefly worked at the Africa Zone V RADO and while there gained a lot of experience working with the various countries affiliated to the RADO.
She is committed to ensuring that athletes compete in a fair and level playing field and do so clean.
Ms. Ogama is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya with 14 years experience in Legal Practice in both the private and public sectors. She has served as an Investigator and Prosecutor in the Advocates Complaints Commission and as State Counsel in the Office of the Attorney General Chambers in the Civil Litigation Department. She has also served as a Board member in the National Sports Fund (a government owned entity) for three years.
In April 2015, Ms. Ogama was trained on Anti-Doping (Results Management) and has attended collaboration meetings between ADAK and Anti-Doping Norway (ADNO), the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) and the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU).
Since joining the Agency, Ms. Ogama has been tasked with the setting up of the Office of the Corporation Secretary & Legal Services Department, implementing the Anti -Doping regulatory obligations, prosecution of Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs), conducting Prosecution-Led investigations and guiding the Agency on the World Anti-Doping Code Compliance framework.
She holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Degree from the University of Nairobi, Master of Arts in International Conflict Management (Transitional Justice) from the same university and is currently pursuing a PhD in International Development from the Jomo Kenyatta University of Science and Technology (JKUAT)
Edna J. Koitie is the Assistant Manager-Human Capital and Administration with over 10 years’ experience in the public service.
She is responsible for the management and operations of the Human Capital and Administration Department for effective implementation of the organizational strategies, policies and procedures on people’s management.
She holds a Master of Business Administration-Strategic Management Option (UON), Bachelor of Business Administration (KEMU), National Higher Diploma in HRM (KNEC) and a Diploma in Business Administration (KEMU).
She is a licensed Human Resource Management Practitioner and an active member of the Institute of Human Resource Management (Kenya). She is a certified Professional trainer and a trained workplace counselor.
She is a Certified Human Resource Professional finalist having completed the requirements for certification under the Human Resource Management Professional Examination Board (HRMPEB); the body that is mandated to certify all HR professionals in Kenya.