Donald Onyoni

Donald Onyoni is the finance and administration director for ICAP Kenya.

Before joining ICAP, Donald worked as the finance and administration officer with the CITES MIKE Programme, a Europe Union-funded Africa and Asia-wide program charged with monitoring the illegal killing of elephan and evaluating the effects of lifting the ban on the ivory trade. Donald also worked as the budget administrator for the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Nariobi and oversaw the financial management of all Dutch-funded projects in the country. He also worked as an assistant accountant at the Delegation of the European Commission in Kenya and as an office manager for a leading Nairobi audit firm.

Donald holds a bachelor's of business administration degree from the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton. He is currently purusing a master's degree in international relations at the United States International University (USIU). He also holds the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant professional qualifications.