We are a group of entrepreneurs, artists, educators, scientists, designers, innovators and technicians. We combine nature, education, technology and art to create the conditions for life to flourish.

We believe that diversity in a society is the chief engine for development. With the high number of talented people, natural resources and expertise, it is very fundamental to tap into the diverse resources to be able to recover the lost quality of land and water, create a vibrant and diverse economy within locality through research and modernization of traditional methods of production.

Vallery Adhiambo

community & project manager

Saskia Ottenhoff


Odak Onyango

Co-founder / CEO

Holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Studies, Resource Conservation from the Kenyatta University. Her areas of expertise are: Environmental Impact Assessment/Environmental Auditing, Project Management, Environmental Education/Awareness, Community Participation in Natural Resource Management and Climate Change and sustainable development. Her career objective is to constantly learn and upgrade her Environmental skills to enable her to add value to organizations and satisfy the needs of clients as rise through the ranks to management levels while exercising her abilities to the fullest extent and supporting both individuals and corporate growth.

Saskia holds a bachelor degree from the Amsterdam School of Arts. She received a scholarship from Prins Bernhard Culture Fund and the Performing Arts Fund NL to further her study and research in Kenya. She is a social and creative entrepreneur and has profound experience in the initiation, design, implementation and guiding process of (non-)formal educational programmes, youth exchange programmes, community (arts) projects and project- and event management. Community building and youth empowerment are central in her work.

Odak graduated from the Arts School in Utrecht, The Netherlands with BA Honors in Intercultural Theatre & Education. Odak believes that Creativity is the springboard to great innovations and solving problems affecting human kind. He has done many project in his home country to improve the livelihoods of communities. He is the community mobilizer and marketing lead within Wable Maji Safi.

Andrew Onyuka


Cristian Petrescu

Hardware & software developer

Waren Ambala (left), Ian Duncan (right)

Think Thank Kenya

Andrew is an experienced and skilled Corporate MC and a holder of a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) focused on Marketing from The University of Salford.

The Wable Think Tank is formed by a group of students from the Mount Kenya University in the School of Engineering, Energy and The Built Environment. The group thinks along the main team into solving topics such as technology, economy and social policy.

The Think Tank offers win-win situation. Saskia (co-founder Wable): “They provide a fresh perspective and bring new knowledge with them that they are learning at the university.” Ian Duncan (Think Tank coordinator): “It is fun to be able to have a look inside a company while still in the university. The contacts we make can be very useful now and in the future.”

Johan Ottenhoff


Roy Straver


Samantha Constance

advisor operations and supply chain

Johan is a Mechanical Engineer graduated and has more than 35 years of experience in offshore winch systems with a very wide range of users in that industry. He was technical manager and later technical director. Johan is the technical leader and has developed the (prototype) hub. He writes (technical) manuals (drawings) and maintenance books to install and maintain the water systems at the desired (maintenance) level, Johan maintains the financial side of the projects and the administration.

Roy holds a bachelor in Engineering and a masters in strategic leadership towards sustainability. He’s currently working as Strategist & Impact producer for the Climate Cleanup Foundation and Drawdown Europe; working with start-ups, artists, researchers, students and multinationals. He brings his skills in holistic thinking, engineering, new business models and broad network in sustainable development.

Hello world. I am Samantha Constance currently working to advise the WABLE team with the next steps for this wonderful project. It has been a while since I worked with a sustainable project, my background being commercial supply chain and operations. My desire to be more involved with giving something meaningful back is what drives me to offer time, expertise and enthusiasm to help the WABLE team grow so more people can be offered and experience what we in the western world take for granted. 

The WABLE values, what they offer and how they have put into practise is precisely what I want to be involved in. It excites me there are organisations still out there that deliver and with positive impact. I am privileged to be involved.

Leo Bonsen

Advisory committee member

Quest project team

Team On Limited

Graphic design & campaign team NL

Leo Bonsen has more than 30 years’ experience in heat transfer and waste water treatment systems. In function as sales director at an international product company  and managing director at an engineering company for waste water treatment systems.

He uses his painter skills (of abstract colourful paintings) also to create and develop the way of thinking in order to come to optimal process systems.

Wable works in collaboration with University of Applied Sciences in Utrecht since 2019. Through Quest Project Teams students work on diverse topics addressed by Wable. The current team:

We are Brent van de Wiel, Yanniek Segura Peralta and Floor van de Meent. Brent and Floor study Industrial Engineering and Management and Yanniek studies Mechanical Engineering at the University of Applied Science in Utrecht. All three of us are now in the third year of our studies. Together we will look for a concept for an online installation that should improve the maintenance process. We think it would be a very nice project to get started with and we are really looking forward to it!

We are team On-Limited; Job, Danyell, Trijntje and Michelle. We are students at the Graphic Lyceum in Utrecht. Within the school we have set up our own design office, where we help customers with their design. We are committed to a wider reach of the Wable campaign.