What do I do at TICAH?
I coordinate and implement Medicine Wheel work on peace and elders, sharing cultural knowledge and values.
What do you hope your work will do for the community you work with?
My hope is that there will be better integration of good cultural values and value systems with the modern way of living through exchange of knowledge between the older and younger generations so as to make a united and peaceful society.
What do you love about TICAH?
I like the TICAH liberal way of approaching things without pre-judgement and letting the knowledge bearers take the lead in finding solutions to their problems.
Share a little about your professional background.
Before Joining TICAH, I have acted as a community liaison person during the implementation of Forest Act 2005 and the now 2016 policies on involvement of communities in forest management and conservation from 2012-2014 and letter elected to lead the Ngong Hills community Forest Association as the chairperson. I also worked with Kenya Education Fund as an Intern in the department of sponsorship.
Who is the person (living or not) you would mostly like to dinner with?