Charles is in charge of finances and accounting at Transform Nations. With a proficient rich background in CPA, Charles joined the team to assist in all financial logistics in the organization. As a Man Enough graduate, Charles prides himself in integrity in handling such a critical department. When he is not busy counting money, Charles enjoys a good game of soccer as a fierce fan of Manchester united in the English Premier League (EPL).
Program Manager– Mothers of Sons
Tabitha joined transform Nations in the year 2015. Starting from a humble intern position, she worked her way up as her passion for equipping mothers and specifically mothers of sons continued to stir in her. Tabitha is in charge of all logistics pertaining preparation, program retreats, facilitators and volunteers mobilization for the Mothers of Sons program. She is gifted at nurturing and growing her team in the journey towards equipping mothers of sons.
Program Assistant – Man Enough
Steve came to Transform Nations with a passion for transformation among men and a reinventing of real masculinity. He is involved in administration duties in the Man Enough team such as organizing classes, camps and retreats. Steve also drafts data analysis and tabulation of surveys and forms distributed in the Man Enough classes. Away from Transform Nations, Steve mentors young people, shepherding them in ministry and holistic growth.
Program Manager – Boys 2 Men & Market Place
William is the Program Manager for Boys To Men and the Marketplace program. Having previously led the Man Enough team, William transitioned his managerial skills into other masculinity programs within the organization. He is a meticulous leader who oversees the financial, partnership and administration logistics needed in the smooth running of the teams he leads. When he is not partaking in God’s mission of transformation, William enjoys engaging in progressive political debates and spending time with his family. He has been married for 4 years to Phoebe and together they have 2 children; Praise and Paul Oduor.
Program Manager – Man Enough
David Nyaga is the current Man Enough Manager. David is also in charge of generating income and managing expenditure according to set budgets for the program. He also oversees the launch and facilitation of Man Enough programs in counties and institutions. As a team leader, David is in charge of managing his team by ensuring that they are growing in their character, competence and leadership. David is a lover of gospel Hip Hop, poetry and is an ardent fan of Manchester United.
Personal and Program Assistant – Boys 2 Men
Barrack joined the team in a capacity to assist Simon Mbevi by offloading his busy schedules through a selfless need to serve. Aside from being a servant-leader at Transform Nations and in his local church, Barrack also assists in program facilitation and mobilization. He is also involved in youth ministry which he does when he is away from the organization. Barrack is a fan of Manchester United with his favorite player being Wayne Rooney. When he is not watching football or ministering to the youth, Barrack is often consumed by a good read or engaged in hours of listening to deep and inspirational worship music.
Program Assistant – Man Enough
Boniface is a man after transformation and restoration of honor in fellow men. Having started as a volunteer, Boniface immediately joined the Man Enough team in 2016. He oversees varied logistics in the program, ensures materials needed for launches and running of the any class and event are available such as Manuals. He also oversees administration and operations of Man Enough in Prison. He takes under his wing coordination of Man Enough in bases such as Embu, Kiambu, Nanyuki and Nyeri counties.
Program Assistant – Research and Expansion
Chris is a logician vehement about research that is crucial for development and transformation in the country and beyond. He conducts baseline surveys-counties, administration and analysis of evaluation surveys, design questionnaires on all programs, analysis of survey data and report writing, initiate expansion relationships, carrying out departmental administrative duties and coordinate program development at county level. Chris is currently a Masters student at Daystar University Undertaking Diplomacy studies to widen his intellectual prowess.
Programs Manager and Head of Expansion
Trizah became part of the Transform Nations team in January 2017. She is in charge of streamlining systems and processes as well as developing volunteer leaders for programs. She also ensures that there is growth and sustainability of the programs. She oversees the launching and facilitation of programs to our focus areas such as Muranga, Makueni and Kakamega. She is fervent about seeing healing and restoration of broken families, using her organizational skills to put in systems and structures that allow for sustainable growth. She has been married to Waiyaki Brown for 6 years and they are blessed with one son – Wangai.
Human Resource Manager, Head of People, Culture and International Partnerships
Sophie Mbevi joined Transform Nations in the capacity of Human Resource in March 2017. She is in charge of training staff and interns, establishing and managing international partnerships, communication marketing, branding and product development. She is the wife to Simon Mbevi. They have been married for 20 years and are blessed with three children; Covenant, Promise and Berracah. Sophie has also been instrumental in working towards idea generation, editing and quality production of life changing books authored by her husband; specifically, the “Mothers of Sons” manual.
Simon Mbevi is the Executive Director and founder of Transform Nations (formerly Transform Kenya). Simon’s drive to start up this organization in the year 2010 came from an absence of responsible masculine leadership in the Family, Church and Marketplace. He has been involved in seminars and global conferences aimed at equipping leaders who would spearhead societal change in the country and beyond. His passion for ministry to men, good leadership and prayer also played a part in the birth of Transform Nations. Since then, the organization has grown substantially, impacting thousands of lives through transformative oriented programs and content. Simon holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law (University of Nairobi) and a Master of Arts in Leadership (Pan Africa Christian University). In addition to being the Founder and Executive Director of Transform Nations, Simon is also one of the founding Pastors of Mavuno Church, Kenya.