Rose Ndichu
Rose Ndichu is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya. She is a founding member of the Kenya National Debate Council and the Council’s Executive Director. Ms. Ndichu is a debate trainer and judge. She has trained various universities and High Schools in the British Parliament and Worlds models of debating and has participated as a judge in various inter-university championships. Rose is passionate about debate and the exchange of new ideas, which skills she believes will place Africa among the leading continents. Quote "I love argument, I love debate. I don't expect anyone just to sit there and agree with me, that's not their job." - Margaret Thatcher
Bryna Teli
Bryna Teli is a KNDC certified judge. She has judged two tournaments as an adjudicator and as a deputy chief adjudicator. She has a vast experience in Debate having been a debater and transitioned to a judge thereafter, she is well experienced in debate training. When she is not debating she is debating.
Scarlet Chebet Chemarum
Scarlet Chebet Chemarum is a vivacious, social and outgoing person with a love for communication. She currently the communication officer for KNDC with the responsibility to keep the flow of organizational thoughts, events and activities in all main stream and social platforms. She is a graduate of a Bachelors degree in Mass communication with a major in Public relations from Uganda Christian University, Mukono- Uganda. She has expert experience in journalism and communication having worked in all these key areas with Uganda Daily Newspaper Monitor, a subsidiary of the Nation Group as a reporter and writer. Her proficient skills in photography and management were gained while working as a manager at Events Guru LTD, an Events and photography company in Uganda. Scarlet has also worked in conservation with some of our partners such as WildlifeDirect Kenya and Cheli and Peacock community Trust (Now Land and Life Foundation) as a Volunteer and communications intern. Her knowledge is not limited to communication but spans wider into customer relations that she picked up at Stantech Motors. All these have served to expand her knowledge in the communication field making her savvy. A writer of Prose and Poetry, Scarlet is an avid enthusiast of literature who firmly believes that life is always a mystery that we can always alter with our knowledge and actions. She joined KNDC as a debate trainer/ judge being proficient with the Mjadala Kenya Format of Debate with a deep passion for Public speaking and poetry. She also doubles as a judge for Debates, Public speaking and Poetry tracks.
Sharon Etemesi
Ms ETEMESI SHARON, 21 years. My debate and public speaking journey began back in 2010 in Kaimosi Girls High School and has been one of continuous growth and exposure till date. I first participated in a debate tournament in form two at high school level and won twice as the best female speaker in western Kenya. I immediately, after high school, started training in structured debate courtesy of Kenya National Debate Council. I have then debated, adjudicated, trained and co-organized national debate tournaments at university and high school levels.................................... READ MORE
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Joy Tabitha
Board Chair
Tabitha Joy Raore is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya currently practicing as a litigator for one of the top commercial law firms in the Country. Her introduction to KNDC was in the 2012 Amnesty Human Rights Debate where she participated as an adjudicator and was awarded the Best Female Adjudicator Award. She is a seasoned debator and judge having had much practice with the BP Style of debating at the University of Southampton’s Debating Society during. Joy has contributed to KNDC as an adjudicator, training director and currently Board Chair. She has also been responsible for some of KNDC’s treasured partnerships including Anjarwalla & Khanna Sponsorship and the E-Summit Global Programme. She is passionate about debate, particularly the use of debate to foster good citizenship and civic participation. She is a firm believer of Archbishop Desmond Tutu’s statement that one should not raise their voice but seek to improve their argument!!!


Hesbone Mburu Ndung'u
Duncan Kipngeno Kirui
Josiah Adiema Adiema
Rose Ndichu