The Andrew B. Foundation was formed in 2012 in memory of Andrew B. Masinde who passed away following a tragic road accident. The foundation was formed with the primary objective of providing educational scholarships to talented and financially needy Kenyan students for high school and college education in Kenya. In addition, these students would be provided mentorship and internship opportunities to ensure that they are successful in their education, and that they become productive members of their communities.
Who we are
Maggie, a sibling of the late Andrew B. Masinde, started the Andrew B. Foundation to honor his memory. She has a BA (Hons) in Sociology from University of Nairobi, Kenya and a M.Ed. from Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. She is currently an Intervention Specialist/Educational Consultant.
David Githuku, PhD
David has B.Eng & M.Eng degrees in Chemical Engineering from McGill University, Canada and a PhD in Polymer Engineering from Texas A&M. He is a recently retired Director of R&D at Procter & Gamble and is currently a consultant, coach, mentor and founder of ACE Online Academy, An Online Coaching & Mentorship Academy for African Entrepreneurs.
Fidelis, also a sibling of the late Andrew B. Masinde, has a B.A. Econ., a post graduate diploma in business administration and an MS degree in Early Childhood Education. She is currently an Early Childhood Teacher.
Dinah Nyangiro, PhD
Dinah has a BSc. Wood Science & Technology from Eldoret University, Chemical Process Engineer – Pulp and Paper, MSc. Material properties & holds a PhD- Pulping and Paper Process Chemistry from Grenoble-INP-Pagora, France. She is a Principal Scientist/Engineer and Process Lead Technologist for Procter and Gamble’s Corporate R&D Next Generation Consumer Products Platform.
We believe that all Kenyan children should get quality education right through to high school at a minimum. We play our part to help with education scholarships for underpriviledged students.
To transform the lives of Kenyan children through Education.
Our mission is to transform the lives of underprivileged Kenyan students by providing scholarships for secondary education, so that they may improve their lives, the lives of their families and become contributing members of their communities.
To provide full high school scholarships to at least 3 students each year throughout their 4 years of high school, and provide partial support for post high school education, in collaboration with the Government (HELB) student loan programme.