Josephine Mollen Atieno holds Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Moi University (Kenya) and has, under her belt, 5 years of healthcare supply chain management. Mollen is currently a procurement and Supply chain officer in one of the leading pharmaceutical retail and distribution companies in Kenya, serving both private, public and INGO health sectors in east Africa.
Mollen holds the prestigious MCIPS designation and serves passionately as a membership officer at the CIPS Kenya branch.
Mollen is the co-founder of PROSPA-Kenya, (CIPS pan Africa award winner 2016-Best People Development Initiative) a network that champions professionalism in procurement and mentorship of young procurement and supply chain professionals.
Mollen is an enthusiast of the profession and believes there is more value addition that professional procurement can add-not just to an organization-but to an entire economy. She believes building professionals today who will ride the waves of change tomorrow and build a better society.
Mollen’s passion in procurement through PROSPAK has seen more than 20 student’s secure CIPS bursary. A plus for professionalism in procurement and supply chain.