Dr. George N. Njenga is the current and founding Dean of Strathmore Business School. Presently, he is the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research and Quality Assurance and the Academic Director for the SBS Advanced Management Program. He is also a senior lecturer at Strathmore University in Ethics and Leadership. He has a PhD (honors’) in Political Philosophy from the University of Navarra, Spain. He has a Masters in Governance and Culture of Institutions from the same University. Dr. Njenga also has a Masters in Business Administration and is a Certified Public Accountant of Kenya.
He was the Director of the Strathmore School of Accountancy in 2002-2005. Whilst in that position, he successfully set up the Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) and Certified Information Systems Audit Program (CISA) formal training programs for the first time in Kenya. He helped initiate the first successful School of Finance and Banking in Kigali, Rwanda. He worked as a senior auditor at Ernst and Young Kenya between 1989 and 1992. He was also the Strathmore College Financial Manager for four years, 1992-1996. Since 1992 he has held other positions in Strathmore University. Specifically, Administrator, Human Resource Director and Director of the School of Accountancy. He has served as a trustee for the Universities Provident Fund Scheme and has been a member of the University Management Board and Academic Council.
He is a founding board member of the Association of African Business Schools and an International advisory board member of Global Business Schools Network. He is a Member of the Board of Directors of Pacis Insurance Company.
PhD, Masters in Governance and Culture of Institutions, University of Navarra. Masters in Business Administration, Bachelor of Science, Accounting – United States International University, Kenya. Certified Public Accountant (K), Strathmore University.
Trained Board Member (non-governmental Institutions) in Harvard Business School
Trained as a Business School Professor in IESE Barcelona, Lagos Business School and Gordon Institute of Business Sciences (GIBS), University of Pretoria and INSEAD, France.