Admissions & Scholarship Admissions Session

Target:  Form 4 leavers

This event was held on Tuesday 17th January 2017 and was free for registered participants including tea, 2:00pm - 4:30pm

We created an opportunity for 5 scholarships/Financial aid with Minerva Schools, USA.

This Case Study followed our 12th Mentorship Conversations event of 31st December 2016. Socratic Case Study was of  of Minerva Schools scholarships: an innovative undergraduate program that combines four years of world travel with rigorous, interdisciplinary study at residential study locations that include;
 
  • San Francisco (USA), 
  • Berlin (Germany), 
  • Buenos Aires (Argentina), 
  • Seoul (South Korea), 
  • Hyderabad (India), 
  • London (UK), 
  • Taipei (Taiwan)
      
For direct registration to the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAT) website, click here



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Student Essays


'My Testimony' Semo Maleche - Jan 2017.pdf 'My Testimony' Semo Maleche - Jan 2017.pdf
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Waweru Mathenge - Akad essay - Jan 2017.pdf Waweru Mathenge - Akad essay - Jan 2017.pdf
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Jessy Karanja - AKAD Essay Jan 2017.pdf Jessy Karanja - AKAD Essay Jan 2017.pdf
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Andrew Njuguna - Essay Jan 2017.pdf Andrew Njuguna - Essay Jan 2017.pdf
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Presenters


          
              

* Dr. Angela Gichaga of McKinsey Consulting is available in her personal capacity

Dr. Angela Gichaga*

Dr. Angela Gichaga is a public sector enthusiast with experience in government, NGO’s, academic and research institutions both in Kenya and across the globe. She has served in frontline health service delivery, developed national health policies for the Kenyan government, worked in strategy and implementation in several African countries while managing teams of up to 150+ members, as well as led capability building programmes for her clients.  Angela has been humbled to learn from and share her knowledge and skills in Australia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Sierra Leone and South Africa.  

Angela pursued an undergraduate in Medicine in Kenya, a Masters of Health Economics and Policy in Australia and a Public Management postgraduate qualification in the USA. She is published in peer reviewed platforms.

She was honoured to receive the Australian Leadership Awards for Africa (2012) and the Young African Leadership Initiative, Mandela Washington Fellowship (2014) in recognition of her exemplary leadership within the civil service.

She currently serves as a Public and Social Sector Associate (PSS-A) in McKinsey & Company where she co-developed and initiated the McK Women East Africa All in initiative, running the McK Women Connect activities. Angela was a gender equity panelist at the Africa Women in Leadership Network (A-WILN) strategy meeting during International Women’s Day celebration 2016) whose guest speaker was H.E. Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of the Republic of Kenya.

She currently mentors female university students and early career future leaders and she would like to dedicate more of her time to women and youth empowerment through mentorship, coaching and increasing their access to economic, social and cultural rights.

Email: g.angelanyambura@gmail.com

          

Dennis Kageni

My name is Dennis Kageni, a student and the Outreach Associate for Minerva Schools at KGI in Africa.  

I'm passionate about technology and how it can be leveraged to drive efficient and sustainable growth in businesses. 

I have previously worked as a Business Analytics intern for a start up and I have been part of a team that created a data analytics and visualization tool for medical practitioners in Kenya. My goal is to inspire my generation to become the change that they want to see.

The goal of my presentation is to share why I believe Minerva is a great university worth considering. I will do this by sharing my academic journey as well as explain why choosing to attend Minerva has been an opportunity for me to keep pursuing my passion and remain challenged.

          

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