Who do we work with
We Work With
We work with High School students in rural Kenya. Our work is structured around the community, including assigned teachers in the school for the project, the parents, and alumnus working in different sectors in Kenya.
Meet Our Team Members
Catherine Ngugi – chairperson
Tae Young Ominde- treasurer
Scholastica K Kimeria: Executive Director
Njeri Macharia – Board Member
George Munyiri - Board Advisors:
King George takes a vision and makes it a reality through sound strategy development. He naturally sees the threads of opportunity that wind through an organization, brings them together into an articulate whole, helps others extend their thinking, and drives business to a profitable trajectory. He is a U.S. Air Force Veteran and an inspirational leader who tells stories that inspire action while grounded in financial information that levers the business. Respected as a credible voice in decision-making, finding strategic business partners, and establishing governance boundaries, King George earns a seat at the table wherever he serves.
He leads mainly by example, always doing his best and encouraging others to do the same. While easygoing by nature, no one doubts his authority – he is direct and decisive when he needs to be. His employees, peers, and those up the ranks respect him.
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Frequently Asked Questions
We offer a wide range of educational programs designed to cater to diverse interests and learning needs. We provide formal academic courses spanning various disciplines, including arts, sciences, technology, and humanities. Additionally, we offer vocational training, skill development workshops, and adult education programs to equip learners with practical skills for employment and personal enrichment.
We are committed to addressing educational disparities by actively engaging with underserved communities. Through partnerships, outreach programs, and scholarships, we ensure that individuals facing financial, social, or geographical challenges have equal access to education.