- Assistant Minister For Foreign Affairs, Kenya
- Deputy CEO, Inuka Kenya Trust
- Deputy Director, Africa Program, International Centre for Transitional Justice (ICTJ). Prior to joining ICTJ, Njonjo Mue was principal legal counsel and head of advocacy at the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights. Before joining them in 2006, he was executive director of Christians for a Just Society. He has also been regional director of Panos Eastern Africa, a development NGO based in London; legal adviser for Africa and head of the regional office for Article 19; and program officer of the Kenya section of the International Commission of Jurists. He is an advocate of the High Court of
- Eric is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Homestrings. Eric was born in Brooklyn, NY of a Guinean father (West Africa) and an American mother. He spent 20 years growing up in poor rural Guinea, going to primary and secondary school in Fria and then Conakry, the capital. Eric deeply understands that burning desire to make a difference, when you are so far away from loved-ones, and the limitations of currently available investment options that really make an impact and are profitable. That understanding has led to Homestrings – a contraction of Homesick and Heartstrings. Eric is a
- Professor, Turkana Basin Institute (TBI), Stony Brook University, Richard Erskine Frere Leakey, son of Louis and Mary, was born on December 19, 1944. He participated in his parents' field expeditions from an early age and was therefore well-placed to inherit their legacy. His career in paleoanthropology involved not only field research and discoveries, but also many years serving as the director of the National Museums of Kenya (NMK). His work in the Turkana Basin region of northern Kenya began after a chance landing in the area led Leakey to believe that the area held a wealth of fossil depos
- A Lawyer by profession with vast experience in Public Service.