Paul is responsible for Local Fundraising and Marketing Committee that assists the NRCF Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibility with respect to local fundraising and the visibility of the organization
Paul Dalizu was elected to the board in July 2023. He commands a wealth of experience of almost two decades in leadership, board advisory, people & culture and corporate communication, helping leaders build capacity so that they can make a difference with more impact, influence, and affluence in the market place with his expertise in leadership and governance and fundraising, both in the private and non-profit sectors in 10+ countries. He holds a Masters in Organizational Leadership from International Leadership University and a Bachelor of Arts in Human Resource Management from Kenyatta University. He is an accredited
full member of the Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM) and a certified human resource practitioner. He is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Philosophy, leadership, and Governance at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.
Paul is an Adjunct lecturer at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology on business, strategy, human resources, and leadership topics. He is also a consultant on talent management performance and reward, learning and development, employee relations, transformation and change management, public speaking, capacity building, and executive leadership coaching, among others, at G-tambue.
Responsibilities at NRCF
Role: Local Fundraising and Marketing Committee that assists the NRCF Board in fulfilling its oversight responsibility with respect to local fundraising and the visibility of the organization. The Committee provides a monthly review of the local fundraising plan, achievement against target, and marketing strategy in order to meet the target of local fundraising set in the budget.
Why he is involved in NRCF
Paul is passionate about youth development and leadership. He wants to ensure the organization is more sustainable in the long run by leveraging his network to build a local fundraising infrastructure that will be self-sufficient and self-reliant. He also aspires to bring up the next generation of leaders by nurturing and
mentoring the youth in the program as they transition into the labor market.