Freddy has 5 years’ experience in project planning & implementation, having co-founded sport-for-development projects such as Project United and A Sporting Chance in 2011 & 2012 respectively.He is studying Marketing & Entrepreneurship at Strathmore University (2018) along with being an Ashoka Changemaker and TEDx Speaker. Freddy is fueled by a passion to link youth with opportunity through the exchange of information, transfer of skills and integration of ideas.
Paralegal Studies. Entrepreneurial Leadership. Mentor and Life Skills Trainer. Experience in Community Development Programs that have bias in Youth, Teen Girls and Women in general and a focus on Positive Social,Moral and Economic Empowerment. JaYoung is a Vital Voices Lead and Documentarian Alumni Fellow, Akili Dada Mentor, Manager at Youth+ Africa. She has worked as Youth Director at The Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Kajiado County as well as Sadili Oval’s Girl Power Clubs as Project Assistant for three years and cited as one of the Young African Women leading in contribution to Social Change in Africa as well as one of Africa’s Women of Rubies for being an inspiration to Women in Africa.
Project Manager and Program Coordinator with experience spanning across 3 years. Current MBA (Project Management) Candidate. I have previously worked as a Project Manager, Content Manager and Sales and Marketing Executive for close to 3 years and I have conducted trainings on Gender Statistics and Budgeting.
Christine Ngugi is a Bcom (Accounting) Graduate from the University of Nairobi, School of Business and a continuing CPA-K student. She has a passion in agribusiness, with a background in starting small-scale farming ventures. Christine in passionate about the youth in Kenya and Africa at large, eager to empower them and their role in creating sustainable development.
Sheila is a young feminist analytical thinker with experience developing innovative approaches to women’s and girls’ economic empowerment. She holds a BA in Economics and International Relations from the State University of New York at Buffalo and is a member of the Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era Network (DAWN), having previously worked with Urgent Action Fund – Africa and Africa Women’s Development & Communication Network. Through her cultural sensitivity, gained through various global experiences, she has greatly contributed to promoting and defending the rights of women and girls across the African continent. She is an Echenberg Human Rights Fellow and a Vital Voices GROW Fellow.
Coreen R. Kempiiha is a community activist with a passion to help the lesser privileged demographic; women and youth. She is a volunteer at Youth Federation for World Peace – Uganda and United Acrobats for Skills and Poverty Eradication. She is an I.T graduate and Co-founder of Gene and Holly Foundation, an organization that helps single mothers in Kampala develop financially through teaching skills such as tailoring and weaving and a part time concept artist in Design Crew and an upcoming Digital Marketer. During her free time she enjoys engaging in social media, drawing or sketching and yoga.