At the beginning of March 2022, we were joined by another new team member, Sherine Omondi took on the position of Steering Committee Member, representing the Commonwealth Student Association.
Sherine Omondi will be instrumental to build and develop an Education policy that is student-centred in digital learning and teaching. She will also be part of campaigning and advocating for the provision of publicly funded, free, quality education for all and draw attention to the increasing education funding gap and persisting social inequalities in access and completion of education on all levels with different stakeholders.
Sherine is an impact driven and transformational young leader committed to the cause of youth, women and an all-inclusive society. She is a policy enthusiast and advocates for Quality Education for All. She is a community mobilizer, has organised events and social engagement days. In this Fora, she discussed issues affecting the young people. She has collaborated with diverse groups for campaigns on taking children back to school that has seen children getting enrolled for formal education and skill development in Vocational training centres and has trained young people on the Budget process in most parts of the country.
She is a graduate of the Young African Leaders Initiative with requisite social inclusion skills and a background in Human Centered Design thinking (HCDT) and public management. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Education from Moi University and is a Monitoring and Evaluation Expert.