Paul is the Chairman of the Diaspora Investment Club Ltd, and is a Policy adviser in the field of Public Financial Management, operating at the most senior Government levels, and is a Member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya. He has more than ten yearsâ€™ professional experience in the private, voluntary and public sectors.
He is currently leading the implementation of the national capitation grants and cash transfers programmes supported by Girlsâ€™ Education South Sudan (GESS), and has played a key role in bringing together GRSS and partners towards getting M-Money operational in South Sudan. Through his efforts, in coordination with key Government personnel, the profile of Capitation grants in South has been raised to the highest levels, and therefore is officially considered a Government priority, as evidenced by the Governmentâ€™s commitment to meeting all the obligations, despite the crisis and a tight resource envelope.
Prior to that, Paul worked for Deloitte LLP as a Treasury Adviser in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MoFEP) in South Sudan for 5 years, setting Policy objectives for the Ministry, and enforcing the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS). Paul has been working in South Sudan since 2007, but has also worked in Kenya, for USAID, EU and DFID funded organizations in the area of Financial Management.
Paul is currently completing an MBA with specialism in Strategic Management from the Edinburgh Business School, Herriot Watt University.