Secretary Conflict Management and Peace Building

Beverly Moss

Beverly Moss Koech is the Secretary, Conflict Management and Peace Building in the Office of the Deputy President.
Ms Koech coordinates peace building activities and processes in Kenya; provides leadership in the designing of policies, program interventions, conflict management and represents the ODP in local and international engagements and forums on conflict management and peace issues. 
She has lectured at the Nairobi Great Commission School and was a volunteer-lecturer at Daystar University’s Department of Peace and International Relations. Ms Koech is the Patron of Universities and Colleges Students’ Peace Association of Kenya (UCSPAK).
Ms Koech holds a Master of Arts Degree in International Conflict Management from the University of Nairobi and a degree in Peace and Conflict Transformation from Daystar University. She is a certified professional mediator and a member of the Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators. She has undertaken training, including the Regional Senior Mission Leaders (RSML) course at the International Peace Support Training Centre (IPSTC), Karen.

Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council Affairs

Patric OmutiaPatrick Omutia, PhD, is the Special Secretary, Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council (IBEC) Affairs in the Office of the Deputy President.

Prior to his appointment, Prof Omutia served in various capacities in corporate, public and private sectors, including as Principal Secretary in the State Department of Mining and that of Sports, Culture and Arts.

He has extensive experience in the fields of project management, human resource, finance and ICT.

Patita Tingoi, Secretary- Intergovernmental Relations


Patita Tingoi is the Secretary- Intergovernmental Relations in the office of the Deputy President.

Before joining the Government, she worked with Fahamu, a non-governmental organization working on social justice issues across Africa. Prior to that she worked with the Centre for Minority Rights Development (CEMIRIDE), World Learning and the League for Pastoralist Women of Kenya.

Between 2005- 2009, she was the coordinator of the Pastoralist Parliamentary Group.

Ms Tingoi was part of the team tasked with conducting research on the status of the Poverty Reduction Strategy and contributed to the development of the report.

She was a board trustee of the Kenya Land Alliance.

Ms Tingoi has a Masters Degree in Public Policy and Advocacy from the SIT Graduate Institute, USA and a Degree in Sociology from the University of Nairobi.

Anthony Kibagendi

Anthony Kibagendi

Dr. Korir Sing’Oei

Dr. Korir Sing’Oei Dr. Korir Sing’Oei is Legal Advisor, Executive Office of the Deputy President.

Previously, he served as the Litigation Director, Katiba Institute, Rule of Law Specialist at the US Agency for International Development and founding director, Centre for Minority Rights Development (Cemiride), a pan-African non-profit organization. Sing’Oei has also served as a research fellow at the Advocates for Human Rights in Minneapolis and at the Centre for Justice and International Law in Washington DC.

Sing'Oei is an advocate of the High Court of Kenya and studied law and global public policy at the University of Nairobi, the University of Pretoria, South Africa, the University of Minnesota Law School and Tilburg Law School in the Netherlands.

He was Fulbright scholar in 2007/8 at the University Of Minnesota School Of Public Affairs. Sing’Oei’s scholarly writings have been published in reputable international legal journals and edited volumes. His latest publication, Empowering Paradigms in African Property Law will be published in December 2013 by the African Institute of South Africa (AISA).