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Willys Nyabiosi
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James Njenga
Our Chief Financial Officer spends his free

time teaching children to read.

DAVID BOLTON, PHD, M.A.

David Bolton Dr.. Bolton has his PhD in Research and Testing from Florida State University and his master’s degree in Research and Statistical Methodology from Andrews University. Prior to graduate school, David spent six years in Germany, where he graduated from Carl-Friedrich-von-Siemensschule, a German gymnasium in Berlin, and the theological seminary, Seminar Marienhoehe, in Darmstadt, Germany.


CLIVE ONDARI, PHD, MBA

Clive Ondari: Clive Ondari has over 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical policies and programs, having worked for the Government of Kenya and the World Health Organization on various assignments. He holds a Doctorate in Pharmaceutical Sciences and a Master of Science in Business Administration. He started his career in academia and regulatory affairs in Kenya where he was Associate Professor and Head of Dept. at the University of Nairobi, College of Pharmacy and Chairman of the Pharmacy Board for over 10 years. 


MARTY FREITAG, R.N, LNC, BA/BM, MDIV.

Marty Freitag: Marty has been a nurse for 40 years with a few different specialty fields.  Her love in the nursing field is psychiatry and she has worked for Sheppard Pratt Health Systems for 13 years.  She also is a retired military nurse having served in the Air Force for 20 years.  Marty took a sabbatical from the routine everyday life in the United States after retirement from the Military and spent two and a half years serving as a missionary in Tanzania, East Africa where she taught nursing subjects as well as English and worked with the students in evangelism and choir. 


HELLEN NYABIOSI

Helen Nyabiosi: Helen Nyaboke Nyabiosi is the wife of the late Mr. Joseph Nyabiosi Nyakundi (JNN), after being married to him for 45 years. Together God blessed them with ten children and they were impressed to adopt five more.  While raising her big family, Mrs. Nyabiosi also worked full time at the Cooperative Bank in Kisii, Kenya for 27 years.  In 1999, she retired and moved to join her children in the United States. 



JEFFREY M. GOLDNER

Jeffrey M. Goldner: Jeff was born and raised in Delaware, USA.  He has been in construction and contracting for over 30 years.  Mr. Goldner has been involved with church youth and mission trip projects.  Jeff is partners in a growing solar power business in Nigeria for a few years now and has become more aware of the challenges faced by Africans.  He has a strong desire to help make change for the better. 


PASTOR ELVIS MOGOI

Pastor Elvis Mogoi: Elvis Mogoi is a native of Kenya who was raised in a family of three siblings and loving parents, and is married to his lovely wife, Carolyne Mogoi.  He has been involved in church ministry from an early age serving as a youth leader and children’s instructor, with a focus of helping the youth and children get to know God closely and follow His ways. This ministry has involved conducting seminars and speaking engagements at youth forums and workshops. He has led several campaigns against drug abuse and creating awareness on HIV/AIDS.


MRS. AYANNA HARRISON

Ms. Ayanna Harrison: Ayanna Harrison is currently a contract employee with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Family and Human Development from the University of Utah in 1996 and has over 16 years of public and child health experience. In 2002, she began her public health career working with the Utah Department of Health’s Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring Systems (PRAMS) program.

BRIAN NYAMWANGE, B.S.CHEM.

Brian Nyamwange: Brian Mogaka Nyamwange has a special connection to this foundation in that he is the oldest grandchild of the late Joseph Nyabiosi Nyakundi (JNN).  The mission and goals of this foundation resonate well with the young scholar because they reflect the principles and values that he was raised with in the Nyabiosi home. The legacy of his late grandfather lives on in the lives of young men like Nyamwange, and it is for this reason that he has dedicated his life to service and self-sacrifice.