Fragomen, the world’s leading provider of immigration services, announces that Willys Mac’Olale has been promoted to Immigration Director for Kenya.
Willys, who previously served as Senior Manager Kenya, will now oversee the collaboration with multinational corporations to ensure a seamless cross-border experience. He will be responsible for the management of the East African team, ensuring effective and efficient service delivery of end-to-end immigration solutions, compliance advice, and government strategies to a wide range of clients.
“I am very proud and honored to be part of this great organization,” said Willys Mac’Olale. “I look forward to building strategic partnerships and continuing to build on this incredible legacy which has already contributed so much to our community.”
Willys has worked in the immigration sector for 19 years. He has extensive experience in leadership, strategy, client relations and communications. He joined Fragomen Kenya in 2014 as a Senior Immigration Consultant after serving for over 10 years as a civil servant in the Kenyan government. During his government service, Willys held a number of progressive immigration officer roles, gaining a wide range of experience through a variety of immigration and border control assignments. Willys then worked as a Manager at a Big Four firm for five years before rejoining Fragomen Kenya as a Senior Immigration Manager in July 2021.
“We are thrilled with the promotion of Willys as our new Director for Kenya,” says Lunga Mani, Fragomen Practice Leader for Sub – Saharan Africa. “He will continue to drive growth of our client base in Kenya and the region. His promotion will continue to strengthen his team to continue to support their clients in attracting and retaining talent to the region.” Fragomen Kenya Limited is a consultancy that specializes in immigration services. Their solution-driven approach combines extensive immigration knowledge with practical experience to address a wide range of complex scenarios.
Fragomen also tracks and reports on all new and anticipated changes in Kenyan immigration and collaborates with clients to understand how such changes may affect assignees in Kenya and their future immigration needs.