The Chief Executive Officer of Kurrent Technologies Engineer James Mwangi will continue to head the Energy and Professional Services at Kenya Private sector Alliance. Eng. Mwangi is among the Directors who retained their position even as KEPSA unveiled new leadership during its 19th Annual General Meeting.
In the meeting, it was resolved that Mr. Jaswinder Bedi of Bedi Investment will serve as the Chairperson of its Board of Directors and Ms Brenda Mbathi of the American Chamber of Commerce, Kenya as the Vice-Chairperson.
Mr Bedi, who has served as the Vice-Chairperson of the Board since 2021 succeeds Ms Flora Mutahi after her two-year tenure at the helm of the KEPSA Board.
Trade Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria who officiated AGM noted:
“I urge the private sector in this country to work closely with the Government and aspire to grow big as we are living in a Global economy.
It’s my greatest desire that our private sector would all agree to work together and pull both resources and manpower for the growth of this country.”