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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 →

The Aspire Leadership Conference

Every year, the University of Nairobi- School of Business, courtesy of Greenhorn Mentorship Program, gets to host what is arguably the largest student-organized event of the year-The Aspire Leadership Conference (Aspire). Our very own, yearly project and pride. It is… Continue Reading →

The Handover Process

The handover process of Greenhorn’s leadership is extremely critical; so because the leadership of any organization is always at risk of being infiltrated by incompetency or apathy.

Why ”Greenhorn”?

‘So, why Greenhorn?’ This is the question every time I tell our story. Whether to sponsors, website visitors or potential mentors and mentees; the response is the same. I usually respond by asking them what the term feels like to… Continue Reading →

Listen To The Other Side

Before information reaches the brain, it passes through any of our five senses. Three of these are largely objective. What your brain receives when you taste, smell and touch is usually 100% true. It is the other two senses that… Continue Reading →

Process vs. Product

  As millennials, we always criticize the quality of education rendered by most Institutions of Higher Learning in Kenya. No day passes without varsity and college students blaming the economy, government, and management for the expeditious fading value of their… Continue Reading →

Deliberate Dumbness

  I’ve lately been thinking a lot about selective ignorance  and how much it means to me. For a person that has struggled with concentration and focus for the longest time ever, I have come to hold on to this… Continue Reading →

GMC Meets Mentorship

The GMC is growing in popularity among students and young professionals keen to complement the training and mentorship they have received. Beyond a chance to put what they have learned into practice, participants have left the competition carrying with interesting… Continue Reading →

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