KWIG Welcomes New Appointees!

The Managememt Board of KWIG is more than honored to welcome new members to its leadership ranks.

Jane Gitonga-Tüschen is the New Vice Chairperson of KWIG

Jane Gitonga-Tüschen was unanimously voted by KWIG Association members to fill in the position of Vice-Chairperson of KWIG. In her persition, she will assist Jacky Achieng Kuhn, Founder and Chairperson of KWIG in the day to day running of the organisation. Apart from this, Jane is also the team leader of the Domestic Violence Working Group, Which aims at supporting women in all matters concerning domestic violence.

“I did my Bachelor  of Arts at  Moi University in Eldoret. I have been working  with the AWO- Migration und  Integration  in Bad Kreuznach RLP since  09.2011. In 2020 I was recognized as   Paul Harris Fellow  in   appreciation of tangible and significant contribution to the Community back in Kenya (Kiringo Schule) .My passion ist to uplift and empower women and girls for a better future,” Says Jane.

Contact: Janetueschen@kwig.eu

KWIG Community Managers

Community managers acts as the liaison between KWIG and its audience. They act as the voice, tone, and moderators of the organization through community support, content distribution, and digital engagement to build brand presence and trust, both online and in-person. The KWIG Management Board selected two exeptional and talented ladies to take up this vital role: Jane Kerl and Charity Wairimu Ngugi Latz

Charity Wairimu Ngugi-Latz, KWIG Community Manager is also a Community Reporter in Cologne, Digital Storyteller and Author. Apart from her role as Community Manager , she is also a team member of the Domestic Violence Group at KWIG. Charity holds a BA(Hons)Literature and English Language : University of Nairobi (1981).

“I identify myself as a Dignity Visionary,” says Charity.

Contact: Charitylatzw@kwig.eu

Jane Kerl, KWIG Community Manager, is a logistics specialist by profession. Apart from this role, Jane is also one of the State Representatives of Rheinland-Palatinare and Saarland, where they help KWIG archieve its goals at the state level.

“I am a proud mother to a teenager and a woman with a big heart. I love supporting, helping and empowering people around me. I believe in what you give is what you get. Tenda wema nenda zako is my motto. I am a proud KWIGian,” says Jane.

Contact : Janekerl@kwig.eu