Hello, my name is Immaculate Kamau. I am a loving wife and mother of three beautiful children. For the last 20 years, I have been engaged with hospitality management and passionately involved in public health consultancy.
I first met Travis in 2020 assisting him in his preparations for a workshop here in Nairobi, Kenya. He has a great vision where We One Action Network (WOAN) should be in the next 3-5 years. I am honored to offer my charisma, interpersonal skills as a visionary leader to provide consultation to him and our team!
My education qualification includes a bachelor’s degree in Education Home Economics from Kenyatta University, a master’s degree in Public Health - University of Nairobi (Majoring in Family Health and Nutrition) and ongoing PhD in Population Health, Kenyatta University.
Hello, my name is Julie Poynter. I reside in Greenwood, Indiana with my wonderful husband and our four amazing children. I first began my involvement with We One Action Network (WOAN) in 2018 as a contributor but Travis and I have been close friends for a number of years.
Hello, my name is Carolyn Chahilu. I am excited to be part of the We One Action Network (WOAN) family. My role as Operations Advisor will be having an intricate voice and a strong presence in evaluating suggestions and making prominent recommendations that keep WOAN progressing forward on the most effective path.
I am a clinical Nurse at Agakhan University. I am also the Founder and Executive Director of Life-Time Seed (LTS) organization based in Kasarani, constituency of Nairobi and Kakamega, Kenya. LTS is a community based organization empowering young women and adolescent girls on SRHR matters.
My educational background is a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) from Masinde Muliro University of Science & Technology, a Diploma in Community Health Nursing from Kenya Medical Training College (Eldoret), and currently I am pursuing a Master’s in Public Health & Community Development from Maseno University. Above all - I am a loving wife and mother to three remarkable children.
I had known of WOAN for a few years. In May-2021, LTS was offered an opportunity to help commemorate the International Day of the African Child with full sponsorship support from WOAN. Having this opportunity to collaborate with WOAN was amazing and the event was highly successful! As WOAN Operations Advisor, we will keep this positive energy going. I am honored to offer my experience and leadership to help WOAN through the vetting process with potential recipients (i.e. NGO) of WOAN grants, scholarships, and/or financial support.
Hello, my name is Travis L. Rudd. After my first visit to the informal settlement of Kibera, Nairobi (Kenya) in 2017, I returned home to start the We One Action Network (WOAN) foundation on the premise of helping fill the gap of inequalities in education.
Over the past twenty years, I have obtained extensive knowledge and experience with change management, building productive relationships and project planning for one of the top energy providers in the United States. My current role within process management combined with my passion for “doing things the right way” has uniquely positioned me to keep WOAN on the front-lines of helping the less fortunate reach their goals through education. I attended Saint Augustine’s University and hold a degree in Industrial Systems Technology. I reside in Stanley, North Carolina and I enjoy reading, cooking, volunteering, sightseeing and spending quality time with my amazing wife and our remarkable daughters!