Dr. Ahmed Kalebi

Dr. Ahmed Kalebi

specialist in general/anatomical pathology, and laboratory medicine

Dr. Kalebi is a specialist in general/anatomical pathology, and laboratory medicine; madly in love with pathology, medicine, science, integrity, innovativeness and inspirations. He is an award-winning, globally-recognized trailblazer and pioneering entrepreneur in pathology and laboratory medicine in Kenya and East Africa. He has been an independent consultant pathologist from May 2021 under own Specialist Practice License registered by the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council (KMPDC) with own duly incorporated private limited company,  Ahmed Kalebi Consultancy.

He is the founder entrepreneur and retired Group Managing Director/CEO/Chief Consultant Pathologist from 2009 to 2021 at Pathologists Lancet Kenya and the Lancet Group of Laboratories – East Africa, the largest and most prominent internationally accredited laboratory network in Kenya the the region. He is a member of the boards of directors of various private-for-profit and not-for-profit organizations including the Independent Medico-Legal Unit (IMLU) and United Nations Global Compact Network Kenya.

Dr Kalebi is the Founding Steering Committee Chairman and now Council Member of the College of Pathologists of East, Central and Southern Africa (COPECSA). He is also a Founder Trustee at  HAIBA Foundation. In addition, Dr Kalebi is a former chairman and current Trustee of Madraasatul Falah Kibra Society. Further, he is the patron of Gogo Boys Football Club, a grassroots soccer team from Kibra slums, currently playing in Football Kenya Federation (FKF) National Division Two, under the mantra of #PlayingForChange as part of youth reforms initiative in Kibra. In 2011, Business Daily feted him in Top 40 Under 40 Men competition – which recognizes outstanding men below the age of 40 across professions.

He is a son of a Nubian mother, husband, a father to four lovely tribeless children, and a grandfather to his daughter’s son. Dr Kalebi is proud of his roots in Kibera slum, and is proudly Kenyan.