Sense 101 Life Club is a life coaching, training and mentorship club under the astute leadership of the club founder and Chief Mentor, Dr. Kinyanjui Nganga.
The life club is presided over by a Council referred to as Sense 101 Council and is the top governing arm of the club. The Council comprises of five appointed members and directs the club for a term of two years. A Council member serves for a maximum of two terms in the office. Council members are people of high standing in the society with undeniable leadership qualities and are willing to steer the vision of the club forward.
Answering directly to the Council are Sense 101 Crew Leaders who guide the club units referred to as crews of 7 to 10 members each. The purpose of the crew fellowships is personalized mentorship guided by an approved Sense 101 Life Club manual. As such, decisions made by Sense 101 Council are implemented through the able leadership of the Crew Leaders.
On successful completion of the 12 months mentorship curriculum at the crew levels, members are certified as Sense 101 Life Club members and are mandated to form and lead independent crews as the new crew leaders. The vision of the club, therefore, is to mentor one, so that each one mentored will mentor another person. It is envisioned that the trickle down impact of this mentorship program is an “Inspired Generation”.
Dr. Kinyanjui Nganga
Dr. Kinyanjui Nganga is the Founder, Vision Bearer and Chief Mentor of Sense 101 Life Club. Dr. Kinyanjui holds a doctor of philosophy degree in project planning and management from the University of Nairobi and is a renowned motivational speaker, corporate trainer and life coach. He is the founding director of Shape Afrika and has published widely.
Mercy Nganga currently serves as a professional Human Resource, having previously been a service delivery professional. She holds a Bsc from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology and Masters in Project Management from University of Nairobi. Currently pursuing Ph.D in Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.
Dennis Njau serves in the KCB Bank's senior management as the Head of Channels. He is credited as having been the pioneer of the agency banking model in East Africa having laid out the very first bank agent in Kenya. He is an Associate of the Kenya Institute of Bankers, a Bcom finance graduate and an MBA student at the Daystar University. He is a father of three and a husband to Racheal Nyawira Njau.
Dr. Hellen Mberia
A conscientious, hardworking, reliable and resourceful Development Communication Expert, researcher, and senior lecturer in Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. Passionate in transforming and equipping learners, practitioners and professionals with relevant, sound, innovative and practical skills and knowledge in communication and media studies.