• Ongoing Ph.D. in pursuit of a doctorate in Business Management at the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT).
  • Master of Business Administration in Strategic Management from the University of Nairobi (UoN).
  • Bachelor of Arts in Education from Kenyatta University.
  • Diploma in Public Relations Management from Kenya Institute of Management.


Mrs. Linet Mavu is the Chairperson of the thematic area (Sub-Committee) on Functional Analysis, Costing, and Transfer of services (FACT at IGRTC.

She brings a wealth of experience spanning over 34 years gained during her tenure in public service in which five years she served as the County Executive Committee Member (CECM) for Administration and Devolution in Taita Taveta County Government.

Before joining the devolved system of governance, Mrs. Mavu served for Six (6) years in the Ministry of Local Government and stationed in Mombasa Municipal Council where she rose from the position of Senior Administrative Officer, Chief Public Relations Officer, and Principal Establishment officer to being the Assistant Town Clerk.

For twelve (12) years, Mrs. Mavu served as a Graduate Teacher in Allidina Visram (Mombasa), Kenyatta High School (Mwatate), and Murray Girls High School in Taita Taveta.

Having been a darling to devolution, Mrs. Mavu has two publications under her palm: Devolution in Kenya – Driving forces and future scenarios and Taita Taveta -The Hidden Treasure.

She is also a champion of Community Leadership having emerged as Mrs. President (Post 6) for Taita Taveta County following a European Union-sponsored Women leadership Challenge in the year 2019.

Mrs. Mavu is also the Founder of Ache Africa-Arise Organization aimed at women empowerment and has served in various Boards of Institutions/ Organizations. She is also a founder of several women organizations such as Coast Women and Men Mentorship Forum (COWMEFO) and Pan African Christian Women Alliance (PACWA).

The self-motivated and fervent leader is the founder of ALCCA Consultants Limited, a consultancy firm concerned with Devolution, Management, Training, Governance, and Leadership.

She has been engaged in training Members of Parliament (MPs) from Uganda on Devolution in Kenya (2018/2019). Before the later, Mrs. Mavu did consultancy for the World Bank-funded project – Kenya Devolution Support Program (KDSP) as Team Leader for Annual Capacity Assessment (ACPA).

Mrs. Mavu is a member of the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM). Her interests are; social work, community empowerment, motivational talks, sporting, and reading.


Margaret KorirMRS. LINET M. MOSA