Martin Mbaya serves as the Associate Director of Executive Education (Public Sector Programmes and Digitization) at Strathmore University Business School. He is a lecturer on several training programs, and also undertakes research, consults and grows enterprises with a focus on Public Policy, Digital Learning and Trade.
Martin is a Founding Director of Utawala Applied Research Institute, the legacy of a 2013-2014 Ford Foundation grant to support Devolution on Kenya. He is also Founder of EnAdIn Ltd., and a Co-Founder of Nairobi Capital Inc. He is a Trustee of the AHS Endowment Fund Trust, the Adebisi Babatunde Thomas Entrepreneurship Institute (ABTEI). He is a Governing Council Member of the African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS) and a Trustee of its affiliated Endowment Foundation Trust. He is also a 2015 Tutu Fellow.
Martin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School.