Elizabeth Ndunge Muli was born in 1985 in Kasikeu – Kilome, Makueni county. She started school at Muani Primary in Nguuni. She proceeded to Tala Township in Machakos county.
After Primary she joined Muthetheni Girls in Machakos county and sat for KCSE in 2002. Thereafter she joined Strathmore university for a Diploma in Business Information Technology in 2005 and started the degree in 2005 November.
In her third year, she was placed for a job at Focus publishers and she graduated in 2009. She switched to KEMSA as an ICT officer. She started pursuing an MBA from 2012 to 2014 at the University of Nairobi. At KEMSA she rose through the ranks to be assistant ICT Manager.
Elizabeth is a certified project manager by the Project management institute, a certified information systems auditor (CISM), and a certified information systems auditor (CISA). At KEMSA she oversaw the growth and transformation of ICT.
During vetting, she promised to automate and use innovation in the county which mostly has manual operations by use of e-administration like in Nairobi. On vocational training institutions, she vowed to work to equip them and use partnerships, to motivate their trainers to address low motivation.
During the swearing-in of the new CECs, Governor Mutula said that the county will be ICT-driven going forward asking all staff to comply. Missed the story? check it out below;
On ECDE teachers’ remuneration, she pledged to implement the Council of Governor’s scheme of service on their payments which has been implemented in some counties. This she says will help motivate them.
On Bursaries, Elizabeth expressed the intention to work with MCAs, Education coordinators, and stakeholders to ensure that bursaries go to the deserving.
Elizabeth’s net worth is estimated at 24.5 million.