Mr. Adan Mohamed
C.O. Devolution & Disaster Management
Adan Mohamed Administrative practitioner with a passion for mitigation and reduction of risk during disasters and also in the coordination of devolution functions. He is trained in Business Administration and holds a Masters’s degree in Business Administration. He has engaged other partners in the development of the Emergency Operation Center (EOC), which will be the focal point of receiving, analyzing, dissemination, and implementation of disaster management activities.
He has also coordinated training and outsourced trainers locally and internationally. He has supported relief programs in the entire county and coordinated devolution to the grassroots. He also supports and coordinates resources and personnel within the beach safety training and rescue activities. He is also a developer of policies that uplift the livelihoods of the most vulnerable in Kilifi county.
Jaye launched his career in politics with stints in advance, labor organizing and political journalism. He began work as an account executive and then Senior Vice
President and Creative Director at Clinton Reilly Campaigns, at the time the nation’s largest political consulting firm. In 1990, he founded his own firm, Terris and Jaye, which grew into one of the nation’s largest political consulting firms. In 2001, he founded Storefront Political Media to provide political client.
Every one of his works is covered with a mantle of sacredness, through which he demonstrates the importance of architecture as a means of expression of human memory. In 1998, he founded his own firm, Terris and Jaye, which grew into one of the nation’s largest political consulting firms. In 2006, he founded Storefront Political Media to provide political clients the full range of media and message services..
Master of Political Science
Columbia University, CL
UG Degree of Politics
University of Chicago School
Diplamo of Business Management
University of Business. NY
Higher School Education
School of Losangle