Christine Oduor Ombaka Biography
Christine Oduor Ombaka was born on 23rd November 1956. She is a Kenyan politician who is the women’s representative for Siaya county. She is a member of Orange Democratic Movement and a coalition member of Coalition for Reforms and Democracy.
Apart from being a politician she is a Kenyan humanities educator and researcher.
Christine Oduor Ombaka Education Background
- Graduate Student of Irish International University, PhD in Linguistics and Communications
- Graduate Student at the University of Lancaster, UK, masters in Linguistics and Communications
- Undergraduate Student at the University of Nairobi, Bachelor of Education
- Student at Moi girls high school, Eldoret
Christine Oduor Ombaka Political Positions
- Started 10th March 2013: Women’s representative for Siaya
- Started 13th February 2013: Coalition Member of Coalition for Reforms & Democracy
- Started 8th February 2013: Member of Orange Democratic Movement
Christine Oduor Ombaka Job History
- Since 1997: Research-director Center Study of Adolescence, Kenya
- 1997: Research coordinator Population Council, Kenya,
- 1994-1997: Head department Maseno University, Kenya
- 1992- 2012: Lecturer at Maseno University
- 1990-1992: Lecturer at Moi University, Kenya
- 1984-1989: Principal Sinyolo Girls High School, Kenya
- 1977-1989: Teacher, Teachers Service Commission, Kenya.
Board and Committee Membership
- Started 2013: Member of Departmental Committee on Justice And Legal Affairs
- Started 2013: Member of Departmental Committee on Education, Research And Technology
- since 1998: Secretary Formart, Kisumu, .
- since 1997: Governor Nyakach Girls High School, Nyanza
- Since 1996: Governor Ulumbi Secondary School, Nyanza
- Since 1996: Executive member Aaword, Nairobi.
- Member International Society Poets (life, International Poet of Merit 1994).
Christine Oduor Ombaka Family
Her parents are Jacob Ochola and Elizabeth (Owaga) Ochola. She is married to Wycliff Oduor Ombaka.
Christine Oduor Ombaka Publications
She is a poet writer; some of her poetry work is:
- An African Lullaby, 1995.
- The Coming of Dawn.
- The Space Between.
- Holding the Centre, 1999.