Ruth Mwangi
Ruth MwangiBoard Member
Ruth Mwangi has worked to design, test and coordinate numerous projects within the slums and villages of Kenya since 2004, such as: Bridge International Academies where she has helped improve the academic performance of students across 215 schools in Kenya. She has helped pioneer various girl-child initiatives that have so far ensured over 1,500 teenage girls have free access to sanitary-ware every month. As a 2016 Mandela Washington Fellow and Finalist of the 2016 Echoing Green Fellowship, Ruth has had the opportunity to lead, train and direct numerous groups, conferences and events; works that have well been recognized by global organizations such as the One Young World, where she has twice been selected to represent Kenya.
Doug Anderson
Doug AndersonBoard Member
Doug Anderson currently serves as Pastor of Community Outreach at Christian Community Chapel in New Jersey. He is passionate about seeing communities made whole, and works to help people discover their gifts and provide them with opportunities to serve their community. He earned a M.A. from Asuza Pacific University and a B.A. from Pillar College. He enjoys traveling, trying different kinds of food, and lots of laughter.

Fiona Ngesa
Fiona NgesaBoard Member
​Fiona Ngesa is a tourism professional with over 10 years experience in destination marketing. She holds a Post-graduate Diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK) & a Masters degree in International Tourism & Leisure Management from London Metropolitan University. Besides being a tourism professional, she is a certified coach, speaker and trainer with the John Maxwell Team. She is passionate about the youth, and also helping individuals in the their personal growth and development journey. During her free time she loves to relax with a good book or travel to discover new places.
She has a keen interest in Leadership, Coaching and Sustainability.
Kevin Ouma
Kevin OumaBoard Member
An alumni of the Mohamed Amin school for broadcast Journalism on a Reuters Scholarship.Kevin Ouma is an Independent documentary photographer based in Nairobi Kenya with assignments in East Africa.Kevin works mostly with non profits when not doing his personal projects.He is keen on pursuing themes around social justice and human rights.

Kevin is a foundry Photojournalism fellow,a world press photo master class alumni and was part of the team of photographers that worked on the Safaricom,Kenya’s largest (Telkom) 2015 calendar.He is also a director of OneTouch media,a collective of Kenyan Visual creatives.

When not traveling,he lives with his wife in Nairobi.–