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  • Chairperson

    Michael Dickson

    B.Sc. MA. LLM. MBA. M.Sc. PhD

  • Board Consultant

    Henry N. Fonjock

    B.A. ACC. BIS Cert. MBA.

  • International Relations & Cooperation

    Kelly Kesten M. A.

    B.Sc. Dip. PGD. M.Sc. MBBS(s)

  • Registrar

    Njimun. A. Sylvain

    Dip. LLB. PGD. LLM. DEA. PhD (fellow)

  • D.A.A.

    Hilary N. Nkengoh

    Cert. LLB. PGD. LLM. PhD (fellow)

  • Technology & Research

    Anyangwe A. Che



Responsibility for the organization and governance of Kesmonds International University KIU rests with the Board of Directors headed by the chairperson. Directors exercise responsibility for the establishment of the basic policies that govern all KIU campuses, and meet on a regular basis to review the implementation of these policies. Board members are primarily concerned with the academic quality of the institution, and regularly review data that allow them to ensure that the institution meets the needs of the students and serves the public interest of the communities in which it is located. Directors are unsalaried and are reimbursed only for travel and related expenses in connection with their official duties.

KIU Administration

The authority to administer KIU has been delegated by the Board of Directors to the professional staff of academic administrators that KIU has retained for that purpose. The Chairperson (also called Vice-Chancellor) of KIU has the responsibility for ensuring that the institution achieves its mission through the effective and efficient management of its financial, human, and academic resources. The President is charged with overall responsibility for the administration of KIU, including the implementation of board policy at all campuses. Assisting the President in these activities is the President’s Council, headed by the Chairperson who appoints Deputy Vice Chancellors, Registrars, Deans, Heads of Department, Directors and Deputy Directors, which has shared responsibility for the administration of a number of key functions, including fiscal and property management, financial aid, student recruitment and services, information systems, institutional research, marketing, and development.

Program Advisory Council

Schools and programs within KIU have advisory boards, consisting of professionals from the associated fields and alumni. The advisory boards meet at least annually to discuss issues such as curriculum and community involvement. They also provide valuable feedback to the program faculty and staff regarding current trends and expectations within their respective professional communities