Volunteer Profiles

Every year, Edumed benefits from the invaluable input from many volunteers. Here, we profile the volunteers who have supported us, for over a month, in the past three years:

 

Edumed Volunteers

Jacob Mutia

Jacob Mutia dedicates numerous hours to Edumed every year assisting in the finance department and logistics.

Esther Wanjiru

Esther Wanjiru has been offering her time to support Edumed especially in the planning and execution of The Cake Festival

Dorcas Kaimenyi

Dorcas Kaimenyi has been a long term supporter of Edumed, giving valuable time towards planning and execution of both The Cake Festival and the Students retreat

Maryanne Wambui

Maryanne Wambui our beneficiary from the Class of 2011 spent her gap year in our office assisting in daily operations and logistics. She is currently a B.A Business Management student at Moi University-Odera Okang’o Campus

Lydia Awuoth

Lydia Awuoth is our beneficiary and currently pursuing B.A in Economics at Moi University- Narok Campus under the scholarship of Global Give Back Circle (GGBC). She meets her give back commitment by supporting us during her holidays.

Harrison Elondanga

Harrison Elondanga is an Edumed beneficiary from the Class of 2008 and assisted in the finance departments and logistics. He is currently a staff member of Edumed Trust.  

Jecinta Wangeci

Jecinta Wangeci our past beneficiary and currently an Accounts student at KCA University with the support of Global Give Back Circle (GGBC) is undertaking her give back commitment with us. She volunteers on call basis during our activities  

Diana Akoth

Diana Akoth is an Edumed beneficiary and help us in the communications department. She completed her B.A in Social Communication at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa in May 2013. She now works for a media production company and volunteers on call basis during our activities.  
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