Noelina Nabwile was appointed to the Board on 1st October 2018 to be in charge of Diaspora marketing and Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs) linkages for purposes of exploring international strategic partners. She is currently working at Saferworld as Regional Communication, Learning and Knowledge Management (CKLM) Advisor for Africa and Asia. She have previously worked in similar capacities in the East, the Horn and the Great Lakes regions of Africa. In Asia she have worked in countries in Central Asia, Nepal and Pakistan. Her experience spans many years; with a track record of accomplishment working in similar positions: And a track record of accomplishment and demonstrated experience in engaging with multidisciplinary teams in different contexts: Conflict, post-conflict, and recovery, rehabilitation and development contexts.
Currently pursuing a Ph.D in Peace and Conflict Studies, Noelina holds a Master of Arts Degree in Communication Studies from University of Nairobi, school of Journalism; a Post-graduate Diploma in Mass Communication also from University of Nairobi and a Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Information Sciences from Moi University and strong alumni of Kenya High School. Previously she have served in same positions in different organizations among them, Communication, Learning and Knowledge Management Advisor at Plan International, Communication, Learning and Knowledge Management Manager at Danish Refugee Council (DRC), Plan International and Communications and Voter Education Specialist with the UNDP.
She has several certifications on several courses, Awards and Scholarships among them are Monitoring, Evaluation, Learning and Knowledge Management of USAID Grants including communication, compliance and partner management. Writing concept notes and proposals for donors, including UN, DANIDA, ECHO, DFID, the WORLD BANK, USAID, SIDA, CIDA, the Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) and OFDA. Public Information Management in Humanitarian Context, by the Danish Refugee Council’s in Copenhagen, Denmark
She was awarded Scholarship and attended the All-Africa Course on International Humanitarian Law organized by the International Committee of the Red Cross, Good Governance Program at the Centre of Human Rights, University of Pretoria. Scholarship to attend the 2005 Africa Highway Conference in Graham’s town, South Africa. Certificate in International Humanitarian Law by the Open Society of Eastern Africa and the Legal Centre in Nairobi, Kenya. Finally awarded a Scholarship for the 25th Annual International Human Rights Training Program (IHRTP) in Abbot College, Canada.
With hard tactical approach towards issues and jovial gesture that Noelina portrays, she will support, contribute and enable Ibounty Investment set a good base in the diaspora market and source strategic partners for investment in Kenya, with a focus on the Western Kenya region. With her on Board, the diaspora community interest is well protected at Ibounty.
Thank you Neolina Nabwile for joining Ibounty team.