Kenyan Canadian Association - KCA, a federal not-for-profit based in the Greater Toronto Area that implements programs that focus on the black community and other marginalized groups has appointed Mr. Samuel Kiragu as the Nova Scotia Regional Chair. This comes as the organization marks the first anniversary since it was incorporated on August 29, 2019.
Based in in Halifax, Sam brings into KCA Council wealth of experience in community service and professional skills that will help establish and implement robust program activities and projects in the region.
As a professional, Sam has worked as an auditor with a big 4 accounting firms and international banks in Kenya, Cayman Islands and Canada. Currently, he is a coordinator and an instructor of financial services programs at Nova Scotia Community College, Ivany Campus. He is a Certified Public Accountant - CPA and financial services regulatory compliance professional. He sits in several Boards in Canada including Armbrae Academy as Board of Governor Treasurer, The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Atlantic Canada Chapter, For Childs Hope Canada and Full Gospel Church in Halifax. He will also be serving in the KCA Research, Education & Careers Committee.
KCA has 18 regions across Canada and implements various programs including newcomers & settlement; social economic empowerment; youth outreach; sports & recreation; research, education & careers; seniors outreach; and health.
Mr. Samuel Kiragu - Nova Scotia Regional Chair