Tom Mboya

TOM MBOYA AJOWI

Youth Representative In The Mkenya Daima Secretariat

BIOGRAPHY

Dr. Tom Mboya has over ten years of experience leading and working closely with the youth. While at Agoro Sare high school in Homabay County Tom served as School Captain, attained mean grade of ‘ A’ in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations providing the opportunity to gain admission at Kenyatta University School of Medicine.

While in campus, Tom served as the chair of the Electoral Commission of the Association of Medical Students and President of Kenyatta University Students Association that has over 70,000 members.

He was elected National convener of the Kenya University Students Organization leading a partnership with the media, Kenya Private Sector Alliance, Kenya Vision 2030 among others towards the realization of the first ever Kenyan Electoral Presidential Debate. He also served as the Chairperson of the building and investment committee of Kenyatta University SDA Group. In which he mobilized resources towards the building of a new church that was officially opened in September 2014.

Tom served as the Country leader – Kenya from 2012 to 2013 in the All Africa Students and Youth Union headquartered in Ghana. He serves as a Member of Africa Youth Leadership Forum, an organization that promotes leadership values among university student leaders and organizes their attendance at the National Prayer Breakfasts in Kenya, Uganda and Burundi.

Tom’s strengths lie in fundraising, coordinating events, and Public speaking. He often leads motivational talks in high schools towards mentoring emerging leaders. He completed a one-year medical officer internship placement at Kiambu District Hospital having graduated from Kenyatta University in December 2013. Currently works as a Medical Officer in Nairobi County as he waits to begin his specialization.

He is the current youth representative in the Mkenya Daima Secretariat; an initiative for peace by the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) aimed towards fostering peace in Kenya before, during and after national elections.