Susan Mochache Bio, Age, Career, Education, Husband and Net Worth

Ms. Susan Mochache is the current Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health in Kenya. She was appointed after paying a courtesy call on Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) CEO Dr. Jonah Manjari, on Friday, March 15th 2019.

She vowed to be at the forefront in ensuring that quality medical services are delivered to all Kenyans in an equitable and transparent way regardless of class and status.

Susan Mochache Age and Place of Birth

Susan Mochache. Photo/Courtesy

Susan Mochache’s age and place of birth details are not currently available. We shall update this article once we lay our hands on this information.

Susan Mochache Educational Background

Susan holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business from the United States International University. She also holds a Master’s degree in Communications Management from the University of Strathclyde. She also pursued a program at Havard University.

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Susan Mochache Career

Susan Mochache
Susan Mochache alongside minister of health Mutahi Kagwe. Photo/Courtesy

Prior to joining the Ministry of HealthMinistry of Health, Mochache previously worked as the Principal Secretary for the Ministry of Labour, Social services and East Africa Affairs.

Since August 2005 to December 2015, She served as Assistant Director of Universal Service Obligation and Funding. She was assigned the following Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide leadership for realization of Universal Access Policy through the Universal Service Fund; A fund created to leverage ICT investment in rural and remote areas in Kenya.
  • Spearheads Communication sector statistical management, analysis and publications.
  • Lead Strategic planning, budget, pragmatic project management for Universal Access programs.
  • Head and participate in national research and surveys
  • Originate technical papers of policy and regulatory nature and manage subsequent public consultation
  • Forge and fortify strategic collaboration, funding and technical engagements with local and international partners

In December 2015, she moved to the ministry of Labor, Social services and East Africa affairs where she served as the principal secretary. She left the ministry in November 2019.

In November 2019, she joined the ministry of health, government of Kenya where she was assigned the role of the Principal Secretary.

During the 2017 presidential election campaigns, she urged people from her local community to support President Uhuru Kenyatta by giving him another term in office. At that time, she and the current Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i were holding top positions in the government from the Gusii community.

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She justified her sentiments by highlighting a few of the projects that President Uhuru Kenyatta had accomplished setting up and running in the gusii land.