Samuel is an enthusiastic environmental educator with over 12 years of experience. He has worked for different conservation organizations in Kenya. He started his career as a volunteer educator in Nairobi National park. He later worked for Lake Naivasha Riparian association, Laikipia Nature Conservancy, Free the Children Kenya and Laikipia Wildlife forum before establishing Wildclass Adventures a company dedicated to outdoor learning.
Drawing his interest from both his parents who were teachers, Samuel has a passion to transform teaching by investing his time on teacher-student professional development. He holds a Bachelors degree in development studies and a Diploma in Tourism and Wildlife management. He brings a wealth of experience in outdoor learning by assisting teachers in trip planning, its execution and evaluation. Most importantly, he believes outdoor educational trips complements the school curricular by applying different learner’s learning styles.
Kelvin mutugi is a theatre director and a trained community environmental educator. He has ten years of experience using participatory educational theatre as a tool of communication in community outreach programmes.
Kevin has been engaged and approved by many organizations dealing with conservation within Laikipia such as: Zeitz foundation, Laikipia wildlife forum, African wildlife foundation and Space for giants among others. His theater performance has also been featured in Tv programme “NTV WILD TALK’.
Caroline has worked with various conservation organizations in environmental education, advocacy, communications and livelihoods. She brings her wealth of experience in designing outdoor learning activities that mostly focus on environmental awareness. Caroline holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and currently enrolled for an Msc. Mass Communication.
Growing up on the slopes of Mt.Kenya Leah developed a passion for nature. This led her to complete a BSc. in Environmental Education from Kenyatta University. During her course work, she interned with the Nairobi City County where she interacted with Various Youths and Street children involved in solid waste management at Dandora dumpsite. Later Leah volunteered at William Holden Wildlife Foundation as a conservation educator. The opportunity helped her realize that she most enjoyed working with children.
Working with kids has been a rewarding experience to her. Leah loves teaching students using engaging hands-on learning activities in an outdoor setting. To ensure the learning process is effective, she develops curriculums, instructional designs and learning resources. Leah believes children holds the solutions to address environmental problems, they just need the support of older generations as well as education that encourages them to be environmental stewards.
Stephen was born and brought up in Laikipia (Nanyuki) and has a passion in conservation. His passion lead him to undertake a degree in Environmental education from Kenyatta University. Stephen in keen to learn and practice environmental education from Organizations he has interacted with dealing with EE.
From 2013, he became associated with Nature Kenya and has been engaged in their programs especially birding excursions and community Environmental Education.
His close interaction with Olpejeta Conservancy, Laikipia Wildlife Forum and William Holden wildlife education center has exposed him to community sensitization on Environmental matters.