• David Simms

Welcome Michelle Ochieng!

Updated: Dec 22, 2020

“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor.” Ecclesiastes 4:9

Meet Michelle Ochieng, Talanton’s New Manager of Investor Relations


We are delighted to introduce you to the newest member of the Talanton team.


Michelle Ochieng has joined Talanton as Manager of Investor Relations & Executive Assistant. Her main focus is to provide investors, donors and those interested in learning more about Talanton with excellent service and a value-affirming experience.


Michele is both a Kenyan national and a permanent resident of the United States. Her walk with God started in her early teens and she has actively served with Word of Life Ministries in Kenya. She brings years of Sales, Marketing and Account Management experience with her to Talanton, having worked at Volkswagen in their German headquarters, Hilton Hotels Worldwide in England, and both Lattice Consulting and Young & Rubican in Kenya. She has an MBA in Finance and Marketing, and is trilingual, speaking fluent English, Swahili and German.


Having lived in Nairobi, Michelle has seen the first-hand effects of poverty on individuals and families. Talanton’s mission to honor God through impact investing in faith-driven, growth-stage companies to help lift people from poverty resonates deeply with her.


Please contact Michelle for your investor or donor needs, or if you want to learn more about how to support Talanton’s mission to end poverty through job creation in Christ’s name. You can reach her at:


Telephone: 443.891.5123 (Maryland, USA)

Email: michelle@talantonllc.com


We hope that you and your families are staying well. Please let us know how we can pray for you.


God’s blessings,

David and the Talanton Team


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