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Lois Roszko

Board Trustee - Kiwimbi International People living in poverty deal with many issues: housing, food, health care among them. What one thing can help a child facing these obstacles escape poverty? Education! Lois’ love of children and belief in the importance of education led her to Kiwimbi. After visiting Amagoro on a Kiwimbi Service Trip

Jane Steele

Trustee - Kiwimbi International Jane Steele is a founding board member and is so honored to be part of a team that works hard to support individuals who deeply appreciate the educational opportunities and daily meal that Kiwimbi offers. Jane comments, "It feels really good to be part of a grassroots organization that is having

Janet Van Abs

Board Vice-Chair, Kiwimbi International Janet brings her love of children and her belief in the importance of education to the Kiwimbi team, where she chairs the Development Committee, focusing on seeking foundation grants which would allow Kiwimbi to expand our Food for Thought program. She loves to travel and encourages Kiwimbi supporters to join one

Santanu Sengupta

Board Trustee – Kiwimbi International Santanu Sengupta is a passionate practitioner of community service and leadership initiatives around the world. His interest lies in rural entrepreneurship development and youth engagement in community activities. Santanu enjoys working with the youth and leveraging the power of technology to enrich the life of the underprivileged communities. Beyond his

Carol Ulmer

Trustee, Kiwimbi International Helping to carry out Kiwimbi’s mission has been a passion for Carol since 2014. It started in earnest when she traveled to Kenya with a Kiwimbi Friend’s group and saw firsthand the thirst for knowledge exhibited by these students of western Kenya under extremely challenging conditions. Having ready access to books and

Salima Lihanda

Grant Writer, Kiwimbi International  She brings to her new role over 10 years of work experience gained in various marketing and administrative roles in the private sector. Her passion has been in development and empowerment through education. Salima was born and raised in Kenya.  She moved to the US in 2013 and has spent most of

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