Chairman of the Capital Media Group, Haco Tiger Brands (K), International House limited, Smart Applications International Ltd, Nairobi Bottlers and DHL Worldwide Express Limited
Dr. Chris Kirubi (h. c.) is a leading Kenyan entrepreneur with investments in the Media, Manufacturing, Property Management, Insurance and Investment Sectors of our economy. He is an alumnus of INSEAD Institute in France, Handles University in Sweden and Harvard Business School, USA. In acknowledgement of his contributions to the field of entrepreneurship, he was conferred with an Honorary Philosophical Doctorate in Entrepreneurship by the SMA University, Switzerland.
Dr. Kirubi is Chairman of the Capital Media Group, Haco Tiger Brands (K), International House limited, Smart Applications International Ltd, Nairobi Bottlers and DHL Worldwide Express Limited among others.
He is Deputy Chairman of Bayer East Africa Limited.
He is a substantial shareholder and Director in Centum Investments Company Limited and UAP Provincial Insurance Limited.
Outside of business, Dr. Kirubi is passionate about making a difference in the lives of disenfranchised groups and is involved in a number of social causes. He serves on the Harvard Global Advisory Council, on the Board of Friends of Africa (Global Fund) and on the Advisory Board of the Global Business Coalition on Health matters (GBC Health).
Dr. Kirubi has been featured in several local and international publications, most notably in Forbes Africa Magazine (Tallying Africa’s Wealthiest: Forbes Inaugural List of 40 Richest People In Africa), Forbes Africa Blog (20 Most Powerful People in African Business), News African Magazine (100 Most Influential Africans – Business and Finance Category), and in Life Journeys: Scaling Heights, High Achieving Men in Kenya (Footprints Press).
He is a recipient of the Elder of the Burning Spear (Kenya, 1999) and the National Order of Merit medal – (French Government 2004).
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