Caroline Mwangi is the CEO and Co-founder of Kenyan Germany Career & Entrepreneurship Network (KGCEN). During her studies in Germany in International Management, Caroline together with other Professionals saw the need to have a platform enhancing the academic and entrepreneurship relationship between Kenya and Germany to share available opportunities and success stories between the two countries. She is passionate about building sustainable academic and entrepreneurship collaborations between Germany and Kenya. Caroline is also the Co-founder of Mitafrika, a Business Forum based in Germany aiming at bringing African Entrepreneurs and German SMEs together, to contribute to a sustainable mutual socio-economic prosperity between Africa and Germany. Caroline has since been working in the IT sector in Germany and has a vast experience in Human Resource and Project Management. Caroline speaks English, German and Swahili.
Simeon Kirui is our Business Consultant and the Managing Director of Kepic Commercials Consultants based in Germany. Simeon has a BA in PPE in the field of Study Politics Philosophy and Economics. Having worked in various sectors in Germany, Simeon has a vast experience in Business Development and Sales Management with German companies doing business in Africa. Simeon's goal is to scale up the business relationship between Kenya and Germany in building sustainable synergies.
Jesse Karanja is our Career Consultant and an International relations graduate, currently working in PR & Communications in Germany’s capital. After realising some of the challenges international students go through to settle in Germany, Jesse sought out to create a platform that would ensure easy and hustle free transition for students planning to study and work in Germany. Jesse acquired his German speaking skills as a former student of the German School, Nairobi. He has a keen ambition to make more students involved in participating and applying for international conferences, scholarships and fellowship programs worldwide in order to take advantage of the global village we have become.