I believe service to humanity is service to God. I am driven by the hope in what we can achieve as individuals and collectively as communities in restoring, building and caring for our home, our peoples and the future generations. I love the saying by Archbishop Desmond Tutu; “Do your little bit of good wherever you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world,” which drives me to utilize my skills and experience to serve.
Nicholas is a member of the Anglican Church of Kenya. He is an agronomist with over 10 years’ service to the Anglican Church in the areas of disaster resilience and response, food security and environmental stewardship. He worked with the Anglican Development Services of Kenya for 7 years before joining the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa where he served as the technical lead on environmental stewardship, disaster resilience and food security for 4 years before joining the Anglican Alliance.
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