Elizabeth Ngami is a member of St. Paul’s Catholic University Chapel, where she is also a member of the Lectors group. She is a committed member where she has served and participated in different social activities of the church since she was a student from 2011 including Charity Visits to the less privileged in the society, Environmental Walk, Mission Walk to parishes in Kenya with limited mission reach, Free Medical Camps and many others.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication and Sociology from the University of Nairobi, Kenya in 2015, Diploma in Project Management from Alison Courses (Online), Certificates in Focus on Understanding the Rights of Women and Girls, and Understanding Human Rights from YALI Network Online Courses. She was born in Kitui County, Kenya in 1990.
She joined KCPF as an intern where she was later employed as a Communications Officer then later promoted to her current role of a Programmes Officer. This has placed her at a strategic place of decision making and interacting with prominent men and women and other organizations. She is working with the major church bodies of the church in Kenya that represents the Catholics, Evangelicals, Methodists, Presbyterian and Anglicans. She manages and coordinates the programmes of the organization in close collaboration with the relevant stakeholders.
She is committed to humanitarian service delivery for social impact and social justice of all members of the society.
Today's Gospel reminds us of our mission. . . to go into the whole world and proclaim the gospel to every creature. This is our role, as His followers who were baptized in His Holy name, to continue with His ministry here on earth.VIEW