Hope is a Co Founder of Trace Kenya Group and Project Leader for Environment Conservation. She is visionary, strategic and results oriented with a solid educational background. She holds a Masters Degree in Environmental Science from UNESCO-IHE Netherlands and Bsc (Hons) 2010 from Egerton University. She is also a part time lecturer at Egerton University & Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute Naivasha. She is an astound EIA/EA expert, member of Eastern Africa Water Association and an avid peer educator on HIV/AIDS issues. She has won many awards among them, Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) 2014, RSSAF Green grant (UK) 2012, Austrian Development Agency Fellowship Award for LWE 2011 and Presidential Gold award for young people that was given to her by Former retired President Mwai Kibaki in 2010. She was part of the 25 Mandela Fellows that pursued a leadership course in Business and Social Entrepreneurship at Yale University hosted by the Yale World Fellow Program in Connecticut, USA. Hope plans to mobilize and mentor young people in Kenya to indulge in social entrepreneurship in an effort of promoting jobs creation and environmental stewardship.