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Wangari Njuru

Alumni Relations Manager, Future First Kenya

Bold Question: How might we create communities of trust, action, and accountability among teachers, students, families, alum, and community leaders in schools across Kenya?

Path to Metis: Wangari Njuru is a seasoned community mobilizer and a champion of community engagement for social change.

With a Master’s in Communication, Wangari has vast experience in civic engagement and community mobilization. Her work and passion lies in education, women leadership, and good governance. 

Wangari has actively and directly supported the education sector through mentorship in Wangari Foundation, and by serving in the Board of Management for different schools.

She was formerly working at Kurasa Africa as the Community Engagement Lead, building school communities for the organization, and at Future First Kenya as a Community Engagement Manager, mobilizing alumni to go back and give back to their former schools.

She is currently the Chairlady for Women Leaders Entrustment, an outfit that seeks to empower community women mobilizers economically.

She also worked with Women Brigade Kenya as both the Nairobi Coordinator and national communications lead.

Wangari is a METIS Fellow, an experienced trainer, mentor and a consultant in community building, leadership training, communication and networks management. 

She also writes on education and good governance, and has been featured on The Standard newspaper severally, and in Kenyan Radio & TV stations.

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