About us


he Circle seeks to build the capacity of African women to contribute their critical thinking and analysis to advance current knowledge using a theoretical framework based on theology, religion and culture. It empowers African women to actively work for social justice in their communities and reflect on their actions in their publications.

At the heart of the Circle’s life and work is the notion of enabling, fostering, and making it possible for African women to write, allowing their voices to be heard in theological literature that may serve their churches and universities as well as enrich the global conversation.

To partner with strategic stakeholders and professionals in offering comprehensive, reliable and affordable power system & infrastructure solutions.

The story of the Kenyan Chapter goes back to 1989 when the circle was founded. The first Circle members started circles in the different institutions including Kenyatta.

Our Values include:

 • Academic collaboration
 • Researching and publishing
 • Mentoring
 • Training empowerment
 • Networking

  Kenya Leadership:  

Dr Telesia Musili

Nairobi University / St Paul’s University

Circle Secretary:
Dr Edith Kayeli

Nairobi University

Circle Treasurer:
The Rev Pauline Wanjiru Njiru

EHAIA World Council of Churhes St Paul’s University

Head of Research:
The Rev Bishop Dr Angeline Savala

Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology. School of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Social Science Education.

Executive Member:
The Rev Lydia Chemei

St Paul’s University

Executive Member:
Dr Mary Wanjiku Kahura

St Paul’s University

Executive Member:
The Rev Schola Kiilu

St Paul’s University

Executive Member:
The Rev Catherine Njagi

All Saints Diocese
St Paul’s University