- Education, University of Nairobi, graduated 2018
- Youth Project: Funding education through sales from crops
- Mentor: Catherine Kaimenyi
Isaac comes from a family of 9 children and was raised in a children’s home. He was only able to make it through high school through the donations of well-wishers, because of his high grades, and through sheer persistence when the funding from the well-wishers was discontinued. Isaac is studying education at the University of Nairobi. His PATHWAYS project focuses on planting crops with the proceeds of the sales going to provide school fees to children in need. Isaac says, “Despite the ups and downs in my schooling, I never gave up. I am sure I have a story to tell the world. I learned that once a leader is born, he/she has to put it into practice”.
2019 Leadership Program Application
PATHWAYS Leadership for Progress is now accepting applications from highly qualified undergraduate students. Deadline is July 30th, 2019
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Georgia Gwinnett College Scholarship
$1000 Scholarship for students who have experienced foster care/homelessness. GET DETAILS HERE
Rep. John Lewis Supports PATHWAYS
I want to express my support for PATHWAYS. Our district, nation and world need more programs like it." -- John Lewis, Civil Rights Leader and U.S. Congressman