David Wangombe

Professor at Strathmore Business School


Strathmore Business School

Dr. David Wang’ombe is the Dean, School of Management and Commerce at Strathmore University. He has lectured accounting and finance courses both at University and tertiary level for over 10 years. He is a BA (Hons) and MBA graduate of the University of Nairobi and a Certified Public Accountant of Kenya (CPA K). Previously he lectured at Kenya College of Accountancy and Africa Nazarene University. He has authored several books used at both university and professional accounting studies. His recent work is the textbook “Advanced Accounting, Theory and Practice”.He has also written several cases for teaching particularly business executives. Dr. Wangombe has several years experience in consultancy training particularly in field of finance for non-finance managers. He is a consultant trainer with university of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in the Johnson and Johnson Amref Training program.


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