Mohamed Abdirahman Farah is the Manager Supply chain at Kenya Film Commission. His role is to mainly assist the Commission to achieve its strategic goals through implementation of efficient and effective systems of acquisition of goods, works and services, as well as disposal of assets.
Mohamed has over 12 years’ experience in Supply Chain Management with vast knowledge in Public Procurement. He is a strong procurement professional with a Master’s in Business Administration (specialization in Procurement and Supplies Management), a Bachelor’s degree in Business and Commerce (specialization in Procurement), Diploma in Procurement (CIPS) and currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Law (LL. B) at the University of Nairobi. He is a member in good standing of CIPS and Kenya Institute of Supplies Management (KISM). He is a serving committee Board member at KISM (Advocacy and membership committee). Mohamed is a trained ISO by KEBS, has done leadership course at KSG and a mentor on issue of supply chain and stores management.
Prior to joining Kenya Film Commission, Mohamed worked at ICPAK as head of supply chain management. Prior to ICPAK, he worked at water resources Authority as Deputy Manager Supply chain.