Governance

FSD Kenya operates with policy guidance from our programme investment committee (PIC) and Trustees, KPMG.

Anis Pringle

Anis is a UK qualified chartered accountant with over 30 year’s post-qualification experience. She has extensive experience of audits and accounting for commercial enterprises, financial institutions, parastatals, development aid and other clients in East Africa. Her main areas of expertise are fund management, accounting, audit, risk management, and pre-grant evaluations.

Richard Carter

Richard Carter is Managing Director of Mwamba Business Solutions where he focuses on supporting financial solutions for the small & medium enterprise (SME) sector. Richard has extensive experience in SME finance, venture capital, and private sector and financial services development. He is currently the chair of FSD Kenya's PIC.

Dave Kim

Dave Kim is a Program Officer on the Financial Services for the Poor team at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He leads the team’s product innovation strategy and is also responsible for leading the team’s strategy on last-mile infrastructure and distribution.

Radha Upadhyaya

Dr Radha Upadhyaya is an economist with extensive research, teaching and private sector experience. She is currently a Research Fellow at the Institute for Development Studies (IDS), University of Nairobi where she teaches research philosophy as well as quantitative and qualitative research methods.

Ronald Inyangala

Ronald is a Deputy Director, Financial and Sectoral Affairs at The National Treasury. He works closely with financial sector regulators in Kenya towards the achievement of financial access and inclusion, efficiency, and stability. He has extensive experience in public service of over 24 years. He has previously worked for the Ministry of East African Community; the Ministry of Trade and Commerce; and the Ministry of Education. His current assignments include overseeing a number of programmes and projects in the Financial Sector division. One such project is the establishment of a credit guarantee scheme in Kenya. He holds a Bachelor of Education (Mathematics and Economics); a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a second Masters in International Development Studies.

Smita Sanghrajka

Smita is a Partner in KPMG’s International Development Advisory Services in East Africa.  Her main areas of experience include organisational and process development, programme design and management, grant and fund management, performance improvement and capacity building. 

Rachael Flaherty

Rachael is the Finance and Investment Adviser for the UK Government in East Africa. She advises on private and financial sector development across the region, including financial inclusion, capital markets development, financial regulation and inclusive business. Rachael previously led the UK’s trade and development policy, and has worked on the UK’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) economic growth and private sector development agendas across Africa and South Asia.

Felix Osok

Felix is a Programme Manager at The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), at the Embassy of Sweden in Nairobi. His area of expertise is in trade, sustainable investments, market development, private sector collaboration and financial sector development.