Our mentor of the week is Dr. Christine Wambui Njuguna. She currently works as a lecturer at Kenyatta University in the Population, Reproductive Health and Community Resource Management department. Dr. Christine has a great interest in Youth and Development, Sustainable Livelihoods, Poverty and Gender Based Violence. In addition, she has managed to make several presentations and prepare research papers around the youth & sustainable livelihoods and health & social impact assessments.
I want to encourage people from various professions to join the mentorship journey as a way of giving back and starting a change revolution we so much need in the country through these mentees.
In her mentorship journey, Dr. Christine is driven by the desire to see the youth see who they are and how much they are needed and prides herself in seeing her mentees actualize and start to reach their highest potential by journeying with them. This is always a win for her.
“I want to encourage people from various professions to join the mentorship journey as a way of giving back and starting a change revolution we so much need in the country through these mentees,” Dr. Christine to potential mentors.
“My greatest achievement in life is being able to find my purpose in life and pursuing it. This has brought forth a lot of fulfillment.”
Her favorite quote; ‘Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better’ by Samuel Beckett.