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Talk to a stranger

Growing up, our parents cautioned us on talking to strangers. Parents warn us that such experiences never end well. While this mentality saved us from a lot of danger growing up, it doesn’t do us much justice as adults.  How… Continue Reading →

Identity Issues

“Your identity is your most valuable possession. Protect it.”   – Elastigirl. The Incredibles. While you are welcome to say that your identity is your name and all other information present in your national ID, I don’t mean that that’s… Continue Reading →

The late loop

First you check your watch. You are tempted to cuss out loud but you know better. You check your watch once more. Anxiety. A series of excuses run through your head like a film. What explanation do you have this time?… Continue Reading →

Nuggets for the New Mentorship Year

As we begin our mentorship year, I think it timely to just share with you some tips on mentorship. Not that I am a guru on the subject -being a mentee myself- but I have gathered some helpful tips from… Continue Reading →

Citi Kenya and Greenhorn Celebrate Global Community Day

On June 9th, 70 Greenhorn mentees joined Citi volunteers from all around the world to celebrate the 13th Annual Citi Global Community Day, a day where Citi employees, partners, family, and friends dedicate their time, skills, and expertise to make… Continue Reading →

Wakonyo Igeria

The 7th Annual Aspire Leadership Conference is excited to bring to you one of the most learned women of our age-Wakonyo Igeria. Wakonyo Igeria is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya, a Commissioner of Oaths and Notary Public…. Continue Reading →

Arthur Ondago

The 7th Annual Aspire Leadership Conference is excited to bring to you its keynote speaker, Arthur Ondago. Arthur is a seasoned supply chain professional with over 20 years hands on experience in the FMCG manufacturing and distribution with the last… Continue Reading →

Sylvie Waitumbi

The 7th Annual Aspire Conference is privileged to bring to you Sylvie Waitumbi; a young, brilliant and talented woman who is pursuing her passion. I met Sylvie towards the end of last year and what intrigued me about her was her bold… Continue Reading →

Reuben G. Othim

  The 7th Annual Aspire Conference is excited to bring to you Reuben Goodluck; a student,a leader and a young entrepreneur who has defiled all odds and created a solid business venture while in campus. Unlike most students, Reuben joined… Continue Reading →

Thrity Engineer

The 7th Annual Aspire conference is privileged to bring to you Thrity Engineer-Mbuthia; a mother, a writer, a wife, a teacher, a coach, and a mentor. Thrity is the first woman in Kenya with the coveted accreditation of Fellow of… Continue Reading →

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