Anthony Musyoka, Chief Human Resources Officer


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Anthony joined the Center in June 2018 and will provide vision and strategic guidance on the Center’s people strategy. This includes overseeing all aspects of developing, refining, and leading a world-class human resources function that is fully aligned and in support of the organizational strategy while ensuring the right capabilities and work culture exists to advance and deliver the Center’s goals and impact in all program areas and to staff globally.

Anthony has more than 20 years of senior management and leadership experience in both the public and private sectors, working for the Christian Children's Fund, the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, SamKen Limited, Abercrombie &amp, Kent, Madison Insurance, EngenderHealth and, most recently IAVI – An International Public Private Product Development Partnership, working to develop a vaccine for HIV AIDS. Anthony has extensive global management experience at both the strategic and operational levels with particular focus on leadership and organizational development, change management, talent and work culture management, stakeholder and operations management. His HR management experience spans several countries in Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas.

Anthony is active in several HR forums including Corporate Executive Board, Humentum and the Human Resources Certification Institute where he serves in various capacities and committees. Anthony was a fellow of the Institute of Human Resources Management, Kenya and a Board Member before his relocation to the United States.

Anthony received an honors bachelor’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Nairobi (Kenya) and pursued an MBA from the Maastricht School of Management (MSM) Netherlands &amp, the Eastern Africa Management Institute (ESAMI) Tanzania. Anthony also holds a Global Professional Human Resources Certification (GPHR) from the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) United States.

Anthony also speaks Kiswahili (spoken in East and Southern Africa) and Kikamba (spoken in Kenya).