Amina N'tsiki : Mentor

Amina N'tsiki : Mentor

I'm a model with Fuschia Creativity and an office assistant at Shani Kindergarten. I come from a small and conservative family. I love anything that I find attractive especially in fashion. I enjoy traveling, art, listening to music as well as exploring new and interesting places. My friends and family are what I value most in my life and I try my best to spend quality time with each. I chose to be a mentor because I believe I am able to make a positive change in someone's life and also bring change to this world.

Katherine Wanjagi : Mentor

Katherine Wanjagi : Mentor

I chose to be a mentor because of the huge gap there is between what we are taught in our youth, what our parents teach us and the real world. I love working with young people. I love business, fashion, marketing and creating and events. In my free time I like to catch a good movie, watch a play or attend a concert. I studied Tourism and Hospitality management at Kenyatta University. I do not like people who play victims of every situation. I hate dishonesty and pretentiousness in people. I value true friendship and building relationships with people that positively impact my life and who constantly challenge and inspire me to be better.

Sarah Milanoi : Mentor

Sarah Milanoi : Mentor

I am a versatile person who loves being around people. I am currently in my final semester at Daystar University. My hobbies include reading novels, painting and drawing. For me, mentorship is all about giving and receiving. It’s a platform to share my strengths and weaknesses as well as learn from other people’s experiences. School Series is and will continue to be that platform that changes my thinking every single day.

Waringa Wagema : Mentor

I was brought up in a bubble. I lived a very sheltered life until I got to campus and that whole dynamic changed. In my quest to conquer the world, I made a whole lot of mistakes, some of which I strongly believe if I had guidance I would have avoided. The world was not a kind teacher.I want to mentor because I believe that most of the issues the young impressionable people are going through can be avoided if they are mentored and guided. I love all things art, design and photography. There is something about the creative mind that draws me in and keeps me wanting more. I am a sucker for a good story I occasionally write when inspiration strikes. Music is my life, it has cheered me up when nothing else could, I am a rock head first, all the other genres follow in no particular order. I love having conversation and a good laugh with people and that makes me quite the chatter box. I like to read however novels just do not do it for me. I am big on current affair issues, biographies, memoirs, blogs and poetry especially spoken word. I have graduated with a first degree in Law from Catholic University of Eastern Africa. I am currently doing my second degree in Public Health and eventually a Masters Degree in the same. I am passionate about the law and health so why not do both. When I grow up, I want to influence health policy making and implementation in Kenya among other entrepreneurial ventures that I will pursue.

Nikky Wasuna : Mentor

Nikky Wasuna : Mentor

I'm the only computer nerd in the world who doesn't drink coffee but I singlehandedly keep Ketepa in business. I’m a freelance software and web developer with a degree in Computer Science majoring in Multimedia Systems. I’m also trying my hand at database administration and server management. My alter ego is a writer with an overflowing drafts folder. I'm an avid reader and professional movie watcher. I listen to music while doing everything because my life is awesome enough for a soundtrack. In my previous life I was a comic book villain who conquered the Asian continent but Hollywood ruined my backstory and because unlike Superman, people could still recognise me when I took off my glasses. I choose to be a mentor as a ‘pay it forward’ show of gratitude to my mentor who’s held my hand since I was a young and stupid university student. I'm still young and stupid but at least I can hold down a job. I’m also sick and tired of hearing how doomed/lost/sick/troubled this generation is. After all, every generation is always accused of being worse than the one that raised it.

Michael Njogu : Mentor

Michael Njogu : Mentor

I'm an engineer at a Telecommunications firm specialty being IP networks. My interests lie in travel, the outdoors and sports. I chose to be a mentor to share my experiences with others with the hope that it helps them avoid some of the pitfalls in growing up. I too got a lot of mentoring and know first-hand how important it is to have the right guidance while stepping into the world.

Laila Laurence

Laila Laurence : Mentor

I have just completed my LLB at the Catholic University Of Eastern Africa. I'm an intern at Hamilton, Harrison and Matthews. I love singing, dancing, acting , traveling and making new friends. I'm outgoing , fun loving and open minded. I enjoy learning new things and trying them out. My son Jaylani inspired me to be a mentor for School Series. Through my pregnancy and my journey as a new mother I have learnt a lot. For this reason I want to help others so that they make informed choices and become accountable for all their actions.

Natasha Haavi

Natasha Haavi : Mentor

Natasha Haavi is a life enthusiast who revels in learning new things , gaining new experiences and especially sharing her life learnings with other travelers in this journey. Natasha is an International Relations graduate currently pursuing her Masters in Business Administration. Natasha is currently an oil and gas consultant with focus applied on increasing local content. She has been with School Series for 7 years now. She went through the mentoring program and has been mentoring other young people for the past 4 years. In her opinion, School Series provides her with an opportunity to both learn and share tools that enable her to actualize her set goals and maneuver through everyday life.

Amina N'tsiki

Amina N'tsiki

Katherine Wanjagi

Katherine Wanjagi

Sarah Milanoi

Sarah Milanoi

Waringa Wagema : Mentor

I was brought up in a bubble. I lived a very sheltered life until I got to campus and that whole dynamic changed. In my quest to conquer the world, I made a whole lot of mistakes, some of which I strongly believe if I had guidance I would have avoided. The world was not a kind teacher.I want to mentor because I believe that most of the issues the young impressionable people are going through can be avoided if they are mentored and guided. I love all things art, design and photography. There is something about the creative mind that draws me in and keeps me wanting more. I am a sucker for a good story I occasionally write when inspiration strikes. Music is my life, it has cheered me up when nothing else could, I am a rock head first, all the other genres follow in no particular order. I love having conversation and a good laugh with people and that makes me quite the chatter box. I like to read however novels just do not do it for me. I am big on current affair issues, biographies, memoirs, blogs and poetry especially spoken word. I have graduated with a first degree in Law from Catholic University of Eastern Africa. I am currently doing my second degree in Public Health and eventually a Masters Degree in the same. I am passionate about the law and health so why not do both. When I grow up, I want to influence health policy making and implementation in Kenya among other entrepreneurial ventures that I will pursue.

Nikky Wasuna : Mentor

Nikky Wasuna : Mentor

I'm the only computer nerd in the world who doesn't drink coffee but I singlehandedly keep Ketepa in business. I’m a freelance software and web developer with a degree in Computer Science majoring in Multimedia Systems. I’m also trying my hand at database administration and server management. My alter ego is a writer with an overflowing drafts folder. I'm an avid reader and professional movie watcher. I listen to music while doing everything because my life is awesome enough for a soundtrack. In my previous life I was a comic book villain who conquered the Asian continent but Hollywood ruined my backstory and because unlike Superman, people could still recognise me when I took off my glasses. I choose to be a mentor as a ‘pay it forward’ show of gratitude to my mentor who’s held my hand since I was a young and stupid university student. I'm still young and stupid but at least I can hold down a job. I’m also sick and tired of hearing how doomed/lost/sick/troubled this generation is. After all, every generation is always accused of being worse than the one that raised it.

Michael Njogu : Mentor

Michael Njogu : Mentor

I'm an engineer at a Telecommunications firm specialty being IP networks. My interests lie in travel, the outdoors and sports. I chose to be a mentor to share my experiences with others with the hope that it helps them avoid some of the pitfalls in growing up. I too got a lot of mentoring and know first-hand how important it is to have the right guidance while stepping into the world.

Laila Laurence

Laila Laurence : Mentor

I have just completed my LLB at the Catholic University Of Eastern Africa. I'm an intern at Hamilton, Harrison and Matthews. I love singing, dancing, acting , traveling and making new friends. I'm outgoing , fun loving and open minded. I enjoy learning new things and trying them out. My son Jaylani inspired me to be a mentor for School Series. Through my pregnancy and my journey as a new mother I have learnt a lot. For this reason I want to help others so that they make informed choices and become accountable for all their actions.

Natasha Haavi

Natasha Haavi : Mentor

Natasha Haavi is a life enthusiast who revels in learning new things , gaining new experiences and especially sharing her life learnings with other travelers in this journey. Natasha is an International Relations graduate currently pursuing her Masters in Business Administration. Natasha is currently an oil and gas consultant with focus applied on increasing local content. She has been with School Series for 7 years now. She went through the mentoring program and has been mentoring other young people for the past 4 years. In her opinion, School Series provides her with an opportunity to both learn and share tools that enable her to actualize her set goals and maneuver through everyday life.