Why FCPA Georgina Malombe Deserves To Be Re-Elected: A Pillar of Integrity And Progress For ICPAK

By Steve Biko Wafula / Published May 10, 2024 | 7:14 am



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Accounting is not just about counting beans; it’s about making every bean count.” “The best accountants are not just number-crunchers but financial storytellers.” “In the world of finance, the best accounting is like poetry—precise, impactful, and timeless and that is why Georgina Malombe is perfect for re-election. She epitomizes everything good, perfect, and ideal with ICPAK.

In the ecosystem of professional accounting and governance, few threads are woven with as much dedication and expertise as those of FCPA Georgina Malombe. As we stand on the precipice of ICPAK’s future, it is essential to remember the adage, “A tree is known by its fruit.” The fruits of Georgina’s labor throughout her tenure are not just visible; they are foundational to the progress and integrity of our Institute.

Georgina brings to the table over two decades of rich experience, a transformative mindset, and a fiery passion for excellence. Her extensive background in accounting, audit, public finance management, and corporate governance spans the private and public sectors. This vast experience has equipped her with unparalleled skills to drive positive change and promote winning with integrity across all stakeholder levels. “A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor,” and it is Georgina’s navigation through complex professional waters that has prepared her to serve us once again.

Her qualifications speak volumes: from an MBA in Finance from the University of Nairobi to international leadership coaching and arbitration certifications. Each step in her educational journey has been a stepping stone towards greater effectiveness in her roles, particularly as a council member where her impact has been profound and multifaceted.

Throughout her first term, Georgina has been a beacon of accountability and transformation. She has championed significant initiatives such as the rollout of the i-Tax system, the development of ICPAK Audit Software, and the introduction of an AQA Self Review Tool, reflecting her commitment to technological advancement and efficient practice within our profession. “Only the best is good enough,” and Georgina has consistently pushed for the highest standards.

Moreover, her strategic vision is evident through her contributions to ICPAK’s long-term strategic plan and her efforts to ensure sound corporate governance. She has not only envisioned a better future but has laid down the practical steps to achieve it. Her work in enhancing brand visibility and forging strategic alliances underscores her adeptness in partnership and collaboration, vital for our growth and reach.

Her accolades, including a commendation from ICPAK and recognition by the Women on Boards Network, testify to her effective leadership and influential presence within and beyond our community. Leadership is an art, and Georgina has mastered the canvas of collective progress with her innovative approaches and inclusive strategies.

She has also shown a remarkable commitment to diversity and inclusivity, increasing women’s representation in council committees and establishing new committees for Diaspora Affairs and Fellows. Her policy initiatives, such as those supporting differently-abled individuals, demonstrate her belief in an inclusive professional community where every member has a voice and a place.

As the adage goes, “Actions speak louder than words.” Georgina’s actions have resounded through the corridors of ICPAK, echoing a promise of integrity, diligence, and innovation. Her ongoing projects, including the Public Sector Financial Accountability Index and multiple licensing frameworks, are set to further elevate our profession on both a national and continental stage.

Let us then rally behind FCPA Georgina Malombe as she seeks re-election. It is not just her track record that we vote for; it is our future. In her own words, “It’s not about me, I am not self-made; it’s about us.” With Georgina, let us embrace the true spirit of Ubuntu and collective prosperity. Vote for continuity, vote for integrity, vote for innovation. Vote for FCPA Georgina Malombe.

Read Also: What Does ICPAK Council Member Contestant Georgina Maria Malombe Has To Offer?




About Steve Biko Wafula

Steve Biko is the CEO OF Soko Directory and the founder of Hidalgo Group of Companies. Steve is currently developing his career in law, finance, entrepreneurship and digital consultancy; and has been implementing consultancy assignments for client organizations comprising of trainings besides capacity building in entrepreneurial matters.He can be reached on: +254 20 510 1124 or Email: info@sokodirectory.com

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