Team Members- Young Leaders of Today


Stessy Nyaga (Founder)

Stessy Nyaga (Founder)

Stessy Nyaga is an associate fellow for the Royal Commonwealth Society and Sustainability Activist She is a recent Forensic Science and Human Biology Graduate at the University of East London. As well as receiving multiple awards for her contributions to young people, Kenyan-born Londoner Stessy Nyaga is an innovative young woman on a mission to positively engage the energy and drive of her young compatriots in Britain. Over the years Stessy has established Diaspora Youth Empowerment, a charitable organisation engaging the Youth in the United Kingdom: Stessy is passionate that Individuals representing exceptional young leaders of all nations need to be provided with ability to contribute to Public Policy and be provided with direction that will benefit their own as well as future generations. Acting as the Director General Europe for Youth Senate Kenya, Stessy is a proud Global Citizen who believes that cultural intelligence is a way of life if we are to overcome the common challenges we face in the world we live in today.

Caroline Charles (Secretary)

Caroline Charles (Secretary)






Phoebes World!

Phoebe Ruguru (Pr and Communications)

Phoebe Ruguru is just initiated her degree at the university of SOAS, studying international relations. At the age of 17, she has established great interest in film-making, screenwriting, and leadership. Only last year, she won the Unchosen Film Award for Best Young Filmmaker, after receiving two nominations. In 2015 she was the African Women in Europe awards runner up for Young Achiever of the Year. She is a very active student, being involved in charity projects, as well as campaigning for Amnesty International in her sixth form school. Being a student leader, and senior prefect, among other roles, Ruguru has been drawn into global affairs, which has triggering her determination to study International Relations and Anthropology in university, later this year. Her hobbies include: writing, reading novels, debating and watching films


Agnes Thiongo  (Social Services and Human Rights)

Agnes Thiongo
(Social Services and Human Rights)

A 17 year-old ambitious girl taking GCSEs to compensate for her Kenyan Certificate and later on start on A levels next year September. A proud feminist who recently took part in a campaign against honour-based violence. I am a humanitarian and an aspiring lawyer. My interests lie in politics, media and, leadership which is portrayed when I got elected for youth board after the NCS challenge this summer. I am a go-getter who believes that change is to focus all our energy not in fighting the old but in building the new. I have held charities and fundraisings in my college based on youth empowerment by creating awareness for drugs and substance abuse.

Ian Idongo (Journalism and Media)

Ian Idongo (Journalism and Media)




Kipkoech Lewis Muta (Business Development)

Am Kipkoech Lewis Mutai a BS graduate in Economics & Finance. I have passion in working with youths both locally and internationally.I believe that we might not be easy to succeed individually but once we join our hands we will achieve everything except nothing!







Joseph Akuma Bosire (Development and Devolution)

Joseph Akuma Bosire from Kisii Kenya.I am a student at North Hennepin Minnesota College perusing B.S actuarial science 2 nd year.I passionate advocate of devolution,unity and peace for thisis a leeway to development. I am the founder of Changing my world foundation (CMWF),a community based organization that focuses ob improving the lives of the orphaned kids. I started kisii I see a vision,which is currently picking up.its aim is sharpening young leaders to take their positions in our current regime.I love what I do for a better tomorrow





Muchiri Wachira (Science and Technology)

Muchiri Wachira,A 3rd year student at The Technical University of Mombasa.Am taking a Bsc. Statistics and Computer Science. Am also a youth leader who believes in empowering fellow youths in the country. I believe the potential in the youths is paramount and needs to be tapped.
We are better together.




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