Our Team

It takes a dedicated team to attain our vision of holistic transformation. We are grateful for our Kenyan staff of over 1400 who work together in all aspects of our integrated ministries: such as teachers, social workers, community health evangelism officers, discipleship officers, counselors, cooks and cleaners.

Our Leaders

Dr. Wallace and Mary Kamau

Founders and Directors

Mary Kamau holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Kenyatta University and a Masters degree in Leadership from Pan Africa Christian University. Prior to forming MOHI, Mrs. Kamau worked and volunteered with various organizations in community development.

Pastor Wallace Kamau is a Certified Public Accountant. He previously worked for the multinational accounting firm of Price Waterhouse Cooper and also various insurance companies, holding positions in internal audit and finance as a Chief Financial Officer. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce – Finance option from the University of Nairobi and a Masters degree in Leadership from Pan Africa Christian University. Following God’s call on his life, Wallace resigned from his corporate job to minister in the slums. In addition to serving as a director, he also serves as a pastor and overseer with Outreach Hope churches.

Dr. Keith and Kathy Ham


Prior to joining MOHI as a director, Pastor Keith Ham and his wife, Kathy, ministered among Kenya’s nomadic Turkana people for 10 years. Mr. Ham studied at Hope International University – a private Christian university in Southern California and has since dedicated his life to transforming the lives of families in disadvantaged communities. He is also a pastor at an Outreach Hope Church.

Our Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors is made up of leaders in Kenya from various industries including education, business, ministry, and government. Each member of our board loves the Lord; leads with compassion, integrity, and wisdom; and shares our desire to educate, empower, restore and redeem communities with Christ’s love.

Our Partners

Additionally, more than 70 different churches and organizations partner with us through child sponsorship and by supporting specific MOHI communities. These partners provide financial assistance, church-planting support, consultants and short-term teams to help with church leadership development, construction, medical work, business development, agricultural work and teaching.