He was Nyeri County’s top form four student of 2011. He later dared compete with other bright students internationally at the prestigious Harvard Univeristy that has produced many global leaders including U.S. President, Barack Obama. He chose to study stem cells science and now in his third year, Kelvin Muriuki can’t wait to make a contribution to the fight against cancer disease in Kenya. Muriuki is a beneficiary of Equity Group’s African Leadership and Mentoriship Programme. On Daring Abroad our special correspondent Alex Chamwada tells us more
Kelvin Muriuki: Age: 19 Years | Year Joined: 2012
Harvard University/ Williams College/ Cornell University
Former student Karima Boys Secondary School Kelvin was the best overall student in his school. He earned multiple certificates for “best in subject”. Kelvin is passionate about environmental conservation. He was the chairman for the International Climate Change program. In his tenure as chairman, the program won a golden award for the most innovative project. Kelvin is also an avid reader and writer. He would like to pursue a degree in Bio-medical Engineering.