Martin Mark Anyoli
Martin later joined Kenya Energy and Environment Organization ( KENGO)
as the Youth and Environment Business Coordinator. He got a chance to move to United States as a consultant with United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) in New York City. He has been in the US, mostly in Jacksonville, FL, for close to 25 years where he later made a career change to sales and entrepreneurship. He has worked at KIA Automotive for twelve years as Sales manager and two years with Frank Griffin Chrysler as the Finance manager. He currently works as the Sales and Service Department Co-ordinator at Gordon Chevrolet.
Martin Mark and his lovelly wife Latonya Mark also own an online retail and delivery service businesss, Styles Mark LLC. Martin, popularly know as Martin Mark, cherishes his family of three boys and he has a passion for travelling, soccer (especially Manchester United), camping, swimming,jogging, music and dancing.
She also loves to help out during her free time as a Community Hospice & Palliative Care volunteer. A fun fact about Beatrice is that she is addicted to theme parks.
Tom was was born and raised in Kenya and has been in the United States for over 20 years with the last three right here on the First Coast.
In his spare time, he loves to spend time with his daughter, family and friends. He also loves reading, cycling and travelling
Tom is a member of Shiloh Baptist Church in downtown Jacksonville and he works as a Regional Council Community Relations Advisor for American Airlines.
As the Treasurer, Tom has promised to be transparent and accountable to the association. His goal is to help lay a strong foundation for the new association which will lead to success in the future. He believes that if the members work together, it can bring the mission and vision of the association to fruition.
Molly is Christian and a strong believer. She believes that a of us have a purpose in this world and when we believe in a higher power our steps are guided. God has done great things in her and she believe that God will do even greater things in our new Kenyan community association.
She decided to run for election as a Committee Members because she believes that Kenyans in Jacksonville can do great things when we come together(together we stand divided we fall). Molly has great love for the community and her goal is to see that the Kenyans In Jacksonville Association (KIJA) grows bigger and better.
CLEOPHAS MUSITIA INJETE
He is a specialized Imports and Exports Agent and he currently works with a trucking company
In his spare time, Cleophas loves to play and watch soccer.
Alex currently works as an Engineer at Johnson and Johnson.
He is relatively new to Jacksonville and he was glad to know that there is a large Kenyan community on the First Coast. While in graduate school, Alex got the opportunity to start a similar organization that consisted of African students. Through that organization, Alex and his colleagues, managed to make a big difference with the recruitment and enrollment of Africans as well as community impact.
He believes that our new association can make a big difference if the members work together.
Alex also strongs feels that there are other important matters that he would love to explore with this organization if given the opportunity. Alex would like to help in assisting members in dealing with challenges that both children and parents experience as they adjust to the American culture and especially in the area concerning mental health.
(i) to provide a safe environment where the youth can interact openly and encourage friendship amongst themselves
(iii) act as mentor to the youth
(iii) To help open doors to endless academic opportunities, resources and networking opportunities.
(iv) To empower the youth and community for a better and a brighter future.
Ms. Githiiyu, who is popularly known as Rose, is a Registered Nurse at Baptist Medical Center. On her days off, she likes to catch up on her favorite TV shows as well as spend time with family and friends. Rose also loves to travel when her schedule allows.