I grew up in a little village in Africa, in the western part of Kenya. I was raised by parents who were both educators -- my mother, a Primary School teacher The equivalent of elementary to middle school in America, while my dad was a lecturer of Music at a local college. We did not have much growing up, but I am appreciative of the fact that my parents could afford to give me a decent education, and that they impressed upon me at a tender age the importance of having and pursuing my dreams.
I came to the US seven years ago. Admittedly, it has been a tough road: one continent to another, trying to establish myself, and getting accustomed to the new culture. Through my endeavors I have learnt to press on, holding steadfast to what I believe to be a fundamental principle in life: taking one step at a time!I have acclimatized and embraced a new culture while preserving my African roots. My life has been an interesting journey to say the least and my daily routine has changed from your typical girl in the village -- fetching water from a nearby stream, gathering firewood from the woods close by, picking fresh vegetables from the backyard and cooking on three stones -- to a young lady living in America.I am a unique blend of cultures,both my African roots and the new American culture that I have embraced.I want to be able to bring to the world and celebrate aspects of my rich culture and many others across the globe.I believe we can only fully embrace the human experience when we learn from each other.I have done light modelling,been cast in two talk show that unfortunatley dint make it into full production.I have always aspired to create something of my own that reaches young people world wide.
I am fun,witty,ambitious,hardworking,funny,down to earth,sweet yet a steel magnolia in some ways, charming,kind and intelligent.