Thursday, September 19, 2019

Dr. Aquillahs Muteti: The Tailor From Makueni Working to Mend Torn Fabric of Kenyans...

Dr. Aquillahs Muteti arrived in Atlanta, Georgia from Kenya in 1999 to attend a computer conference. After seeing the plethora of opportunities available to...

Jean Ayacko: Tapping Into Her Diaspora Experiences to Help Other Women

When Jean Ayacko left Kenya at the age of 18, she was positive that she wanted to begin her adult life in America. She...

Christine Wawira: People see the glamour, they do not know what I have gone...

Christine Wawira has lost count of the number of celebrities she has met and hanged out with. From Angelina Jolie, Oprah, Brad Pitt, Viola...

Charles Kitale: “With a Master’s Degree from Netherlands, I sell Ice-Cream and Paint Houses...

If there is one thing Charles Kitale regrets, it is returning home from Netherlands after getting his master’s degree.  He got a scholarship to...

A Year later, Seraphine Mbote Has no Regrets Over Raila Photo

By AWM Correspondent in Zanzibar It is almost one year since Seraphine Mbote ‘broke the internet’ for appearing in a photo with then Kenya’s opposition...

Meet Kenya’s Fridah Mokaya; First Black Female to Attain PhD in Nuclear Physics from...

By Mukurima Muriuki Make the most of yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.” - Golda Meir You might think that...

Coming to America was by Sheer Luck; Now She Wants to Teach Kenyans in...

Mercy Mburu’s arrival to USA was a stroke of lucky happenstance. Her mother had a friend who was bent on going to America, and...

Rhoda Ojwang: My Journey from Nyeri to Dreaming Big in America

By African Warrior Magazine The scent of coffee lingered heavily in the air, and I felt for a moment as though I was with her,...

Janet Mwelu : With her steadfast determination, she has unlocked many doors and hasn’t...

There's only one thing you must be if you want to succeed in any area of life; a hard worker. Hard work is the...

Sally G: Trotting the globe and (at times) being discriminated for travelling without companion

Chances are that you have heard that the greatest risk in life is not taking one, or that life is short and you have...