Darren Hart is a civil engineering student at the University of Nairobi. He is self-motivated, Dependable, Team Player, Outgoing, Diligent, Proven Integrity and he is a quick learner with a dynamic approach to tasks. Darren Hart is a Life coach- he mentors the youth, he is skilled in data collection, conducting surveys, Proposals and report writing. He Pitches ideas for a better environment and community at large. He Networks with national, county and community individuals and leaders and he has experience in landscaping.
The essence of life is to live beyond oneself; this is a mantra that Darren Hart holds and lives by. He believes that leadership is all about passion, the willingness and the desire to offer selfless service to the people. He has given himself to the service of the students’ community and the larger community. Described by his contemporaries as humble and sociable, he has earned the trust and acknowledgment of many, by his character, within the borders of the university and beyond.
He is known to many as an environmental enthusiast, with an auspicious dream of planting two million trees across the country by 2025. Towards the achievement of this goal, he has undertaken tree planting and community clean-up activities in public schools such as Lang’ata Boys’ High School, YMCA Primary School-Kibera, Uhuru Gardens Primary School, Ngei Primary School, Lang’ata West Primary School, Kidstar Primary School and Talent Academy, as well as some of the University of Nairobi campuses like; Kikuyu campus, Main campus, Chiromo campus, Lower Kabete campus, College of architecture and engineering.
He seeks out every opportunity to offer inspiration and motivation to those around him; he’s often spotted counseling his peers and referencing words of wisdom in the process. He backs up his beliefs with acts of community service, from rallying campaigns to raise sanitary towels for school girls living in slums like Kibera, South B( Fuata Nyayo), Lang’ata-Southland and Majengo, to organizing visits and campaigns to raise support and items for children’s homes like Tree House Children’s home, Ntimi Children’s home, Zion Children’s home, Hope For Kenya Children’s home, Cheryl Children’s Home and Cideret Community Children.
Dulari Varsani is a charismatic and kind-hearted woman. Her benevolence and will to do right by the less fortunate. She is a true believer in Setshaba Makgwane’s words “Part of being a person is about helping others.”
She’s a cheerful giver and lives to see that even the marginalized and less fortunate get the basic needs. Dulari is a 4th-year BSc Biochemistry student, and despite her busy school work finds the time and devotion to visit various children’s homes. She believes a child’s smile is the most sincere act of happiness you can witness
Henali Bhudia is an enthusiastic and hardworking student with organizational skills, who is able to take on any required task and adapt to changing conditions with a resourceful and hardworking mindset.
Currently, she is a 4th-year civil engineering student at The University of Nairobi.
She believes in having a clean environment means a healthier lifestyle. Protecting and caring for the environment is a great way to show that we care and appreciate it.
Nikita Dubasia is an energetic, ambitious, and hard-working person who has developed a mature and responsible approach to any task that she undertakes or situation.
She is ready to help and make a better society, a better environment where we all can live happily.
Currently, she is in her 4th year studying civil engineering at the University Of Nairobi.
She believes in,
Do more than belong ; participate.
Do more than care; help.
Do more than believe; practice.
Do more than be fair; be kind.
Do more than dream: work.
The target is to end all forms of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere.
Also to ensure access for all to adequate, safe and affordable housing and basic services and upgrade slums.
Anita Kemunto Ochora, is a Psychology and Political Science student at the University of Nairobi.
She is driven by the desire to make our society a better place for everyone. She believes in conserving our environment and hence improving our surroundings. She engages in initiatives to encourage youth and teenagers to be champions of environmental conservation at an early age. We need to light up a torch for a better future.
My name is Sylvia Kemunto. I am passionate about conserving the environment and protecting human rights, equality, and justice. My all-time role model is Wangari Maathai.
Hardworking civil engineering student at The University of Nairobi. Brings forth a motivation. attitude and a variety of powerful skills. Committed to utilizing my skills to further the purposes of Kenyan in life.
Silviah Mutai is a student at the University of Nairobi pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and political science. I am passionate about leadership, monitorship and environmental conservation programs. Was elected as youth chairperson in charge of four churches in our home area. This prepared me for better mentorship which improved with time as I mentored young youth for a better future.
Have also been environmental secretary during my secondary school times for one year. I worked diligently in conserving the environment and became passionate in it.
I was later elected as the school deputy captain since I was confident enough and also my past leadership experiences was an added advantage and I was able to be voted in with confidence. This gave me an opportunity to inspire my fellow students, and motivate and encourage them for a better future as leaders. Currently am employed under student work program termed.
A veterinary Student Doctor. I love leadership and change. Looking forward to that from now onwards I will be a servant for change.