Corporate Affairs Department

What We Do

The Corporate Affairs department has a soul mandate of maintaining TTU corporate image to public. The key components of the department include: corporate branding, corporate responsibility, corporate reputation, crisis communication, investors relations, public relations, spokesperson profiling, corporate marketing of the University programs and brand, managing the University website and online media, corporate publications, and managing communication with a range of audiences including: Community, Government, Media, Employees and Investors using our wide range of communication.

Our Strategy: – We use the power of our network to increase the impact of our activities, contributing to creating a sound educational and business environment and strong community relations.

Our approach: – We’re focused on responsible business, diversity and inclusion, community engagement, and environmental stewardship.

Our performance: – We create value through a broad range of programmes across the world.The other responsibilities of the corporate affairs department include researching on communication needs of the University, addressing attitudes, determining shifts in attitudes, recommending policies and initiatives and then measuring the effectiveness of these initiatives to ensure all aspect of progress is achieved in the University.

History

The Corporate Affairs Department was established in 2013 with only one section of Public Relations, the continuous growth led to restructuring the traditional functions to include other key aspects essential in the market which led to introduction of a redefined Corporate Affairs Department. Currently, the department is managed by qualified staff with wide range of experience in communication, Marketing, ICT and International Relations, Mr. George Kasamani heads the department; assisted by Ms. Molly Marangu. We progressively provide an integrative communication structure linking stakeholders to Taita Taveta University.

  1. Mr. George Kasamani – gkasamani@ttuc.ac.ke 0721113302
  2. Molly Marangu – mollymarangu@ttuc.ac.ke 0724 132 981