My best experience was when I gained admission into African Leadership Academy in 2008. This was a great moment of change in my life. ALA focuses on training Africa's future leaders. I spent two years at the Academy in South Africa - I was exposed to global dynamics that formed a firm foundation for opportunities I would pursue later on in life.
My worst experience, on the other hand, was when I lost my grandma in 2001. She was a pillar in our family and she passed away suddenly in early November. I was the only grandchild at the time that was named after her. Experiencing death and loss at such a young age was difficult. I still miss her, but I'm thankful for the time I had with her.
One of the most interesting things that has ever happened to me was when I shared a stage with Desmond Tutu and Graca Machel. I've also sang alongside Vusi Mahlasela, spent a few nights at Danai Gurira's apartment and attended a talk by JK Rowling. I've been privileged to meet some really influential people who've motivated me to strive harder and higher.
I recently moved from Kenya to living in Australia full time now, and I'm juggling a new life here. I've just started a new job and moved into a new apartment. I'm also exploring new opportunities for my blog.
I'm passionate about caring for others. I'm also intrigued by the narrative of the emerging African woman - who she is, what she likes and where she's going. My blog reflects this.