Executive Committee


Kageliza P. Kilavi-Ndege – Holds BEd. (Physics and Mathematics) and MSc. (Nuclear Science). She has taught Physics and Computer Studies at Alliance High School. She is currently Physics Part Time Lecturer, an ICT facilitator with British Council, She-Intel Ambassador, a grant committee member at the International Youth Nuclear Congress and Kenyan Representative to the International Nuclear Congress Board. She is also a PhD candidate in the Department of Physics, University of Nairobi. She is a member of Physics Society of Kenya, East Africa Association of Radiation Protection, a Co- Founder and Vice Secretary of Organization of Women in Science from Developing countries-Kenya, and a Co-Founder and Secretary of Women in Nuclear- Kenya.

Vice President

Raphael Chesori holds a B.Sc in Industrial Chemistry and M.Sc. in Nuclear Science from the University of Nairobi. He has participated widely in both local and international scientific forums and fellowships. Among the forums include those organized by the Kenya National Academy of Sciences (KNAS), Youth Agency for Development in Science, Technology and Innovation (YADSTI), National Commission for Science, Technology and Innovation (NACOSTI) and East Africa Association for Radiation Protection (EAARP). Raphael has also participated in a number of workshops and fellowships sponsored by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that include; the School of Nuclear Knowledge Management in Trieste Italy, AFRA Training course on method validation and accreditation for chemical testing laboratories held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and the Seventh Annual World Nuclear University Summer Institute held at the Christ Church, University of Oxford, UK.

Executive Secretary

Stephen Tollah Owuor holds a BSc. (Physics) and he is currently pursuing an MSc. in Nuclear Science at the University of Nairobi. He serves as a Member At Large (MAL) to the International Youth Nuclear Congress. He has participated in various nuclear related forums among them; EPS conference on Physics for Development held in Brussels, Belgium in 2012 where he did a poster presentation on “Nuclear electricity and capacity development: Kenyan option for energy sustainability and economic development.” He also attended a course on new strategies for energy generation, conversion and storage held in Italy in 2012. He is currently working on a project in which he uses Morte Carlo particle transport code (MCNP5) to simulate the irradiation interaction within the physical environment of a neutron source.


Simon Adede – He is currently a Graduate Assistant in the department of Chemical Sciences and Technology, Technical University of Kenya. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Analytical Chemistry from JKUAT and now pursuing MSc. in Nuclear Science at the University of Nairobi. He has participated in different nuclear forums including the Pan Africa Nuclear Study organized by Henrich Boll and workshops in nuclear organized by Kenya Nuclear Electricity Board. He has much interest in peaceful application of nuclear.

Professional Development Officer

Christine Matindi – Holds a BSc. In Industrial Chemistry from JKUAT and she is currently pursuing a MSc. in Nuclear Science at the University of Nairobi. She works an analyst with the Government Chemist. Her interests are in Forensic Nuclear Chemistry.

Public Information Officer

Wilson Kairu- He holds a BSc. in Physics and is currently a final year student MSc. (Nuclear Science). He is a level II NDT operator in Radiographic Testing, Ultra Sonic Testing, Magnetic Testing and Penetrant Testing. He is the also the Vice Secretary of NDT society.