Together with a team of volunteers both in the Netherlands and in Kenya we work hard on creating the Digital Educational Exchange Programme (DEEP), to develop the training the teacher materials and to improve the content of the lesson blocks.
Sarah Wanjira (in the middle of the picture) is the countrymanager of DEEP-Kenya.
Kenyan board members:
Sarah Wanjira (Chair), Grace Kavinguha, Victor Samuel Ohanga & Joshua Omondi
Mr. Mwaka, Ms. Mercy Nyaga Shikwe en Miss Marilyn Gloria Odongo.
Julia Strijland is a social entrepreneur, documentary filmmaker, educational expert and teacher storytelling for startups, media professionals and students. She has her own company MoMo Productions. When she started Sisterschools at the beginning of 2018, a dream came true. Her skills and expertise of the past 20 years come together.
Dutch Board members
Sabine Egeraat (Chair), Collins Lidede, Margot Hartevelt
Kenneth van Tol (fundraising), Marcel de Jong (organisation), Rijn Broere (finance), Dorien Beurskens (Africa entrepreneur), Ger Rolsma (Education)
Collins Lidede, born and raised in Kenya has lived in the US before moving to the Neherlands. He is an ICT expert and has a strong motivation to make Sister Schools great!
Her personal mission in life is to help people connect with each other. Small. steps cvanlead to big impact, both on a personal level as on a business level. In the past 20 years Sabine lived in many different countries. in Europe, the Americas and in Asia. Her slogan: "If it doesn't challenge you, it won't change you!"
Margot has always been socially involved and works as a history teacher in secondary education. She has been involved with Sister DSchools since the beginning of 2021 and supports the foundation as a board member and edcuational expert. It is precisely at secondary. schools in the Netherlands that she identifies a great need for internationalization and digitization.