PCT Trust Deed – Board of Trustees

1. Reson Marima
MBChB, Mmed, Peds
Board Chair

CTC Trust Deed

Technical Advisor and Co-Founder of Pamoja CBO

Reson Marima is a medical doctor currently undertaking postgraduate medical training in Pediatrics at the Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi.  Hobbies include mountain climbing, cooking and leadership development.  I am interested in being a part of transformative community initiatives to bring positive change and empowerment to individuals, families and communities because making a difference starts with each of us.
2. Jeremy Penner



CTC Trust Deed

Technical Advisor and Co-Founder of Pamoja CBO

Dr. Jeremy Penner Completed medical school at McMaster University followed by a Family Practice residency and Clinical Investigator fellowship at the University of British Columbia (UBC).  Jeremy has additional training in Tropical Medicine, Public Health, and Clinical Epidemiology.  Jeremy has majored on HIV in resource-limited settings including Kenya, Haiti and inner city Vancouver for the last decade.  Currently based in Kenya, Dr. Jeremy works as Technical Advisor to organizations focusing on family-centered HIV prevention, care, and treatment including Family AIDS Care and Education Services (FACES)  (www.faces-kenya.org), University of Maryland and NASCOP among others.  Jeremy has maintained affiliation with UBC’s Department of Family Practice as Associate Director of the Division of Global Health and as a Clinical Associate Professor.  As he gained more first-hand experience with root causes of suffering
3. Patrick Mbullo



CTC Trust Deed and Co-Founder of Pamoja CBO

Patrick Mbullo is an MA graduate in Social Anthropology from York University, Canada and a holder of BA Anthropology from Maseno University, Kenya. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Biological Anthropology from Northwestern University, USA. Patrick has a wealth of knowledge and experience in projects design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, community organizing, community HIV/ AIDS programming, child protection and sustainable livelihood projects. Patrick’s interests include politics of development in the global South, maternal and child health, mental health, information technology for development and community participation in research projects.