Millicent Wayua is a finalist student in the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology is the first born in a family of eight. She was born in Machakos county, raised in Makueni county and her family later relocated to kajiado county where she met people from different ethnic backgrounds in her country the most challenging being Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). This gave her an insight to join the campaign against Female Genital Mutilation after clearing her high school education from Mwaani girls High School a project that she was working under AMREF-KENYA. She also took the road to create awareness on HIV/AIDS among both young and old under a HOPE WORLDWIDE which is a non-governmental organization that seeks to help people living with HIV/Aids live positively and them that are negative how to maintain their status. She has also been an active volunteer with the Kenya Red Cross Society up to date. She strongly believes that a nation that’s united, a people that can agree together will do wonders and that’s the change she wants to see in her own country and the world at large irrespective of caste, color, ethnicity, creed, region and religion. She is an inborn leader starting from her family on to taking many leadership positions all through school life and believes that leadership has nothing to do with title or designation, it’s about the impact, influence and inspiration. It’s about spreading the passion you have for what you do and that makes all the difference. She is a self-motivated individual and will stop at nothing to make a difference
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