Teresiah, working part time, is passionate about gender and women issues. She loves working with the less fortunate in the society especially in hardship areas more so to eliminate gender disparities. Teresiah plans all activities in Borabu including participant recruitment, logistics, staff training, and communication with volunteers and community. She assists in taking photos, participant stories and writing reports. Teresiah often works with the team to assist in grant and proposal writing to both local and international funders, report writing to project donors, accompanying the team to the grassroots when available among other duties as would be assigned. Her background includes a Bsc. Applied Community Development Studies from Egerton University Njoro. Kenya. She is also currently pursuing Master of Arts in Gender and Development Studies at Kenyatta University. She has previously worked in Gender Violence Recovery Centre Ongata Rongai branch, Centre for transformational Leadership Nakuru, Catholic Diocese of Nakuru and Transparency International among other organizations at various capacities. She believes she is empowered to empower others through bottom up community participation in projects for better families that will lead to better sustainably developed communities and nation.